GIVING all pregnant women an ultrasound scan at eight months would prevent 15,000 breech births annually, a study reveals. It would also save eight newborn lives each year, experts estimate. A breech birth is when a baby’s bum or feet emerge first rather than the head, raising risk of complications. Research on 3,900 expectant mums by Cambridge and East Anglia universities reveals midwives and doctors failed to spot the problem half of the time. If picked up, medics could try to turn the baby head first, or organise a caesarean section. Dr Ed Wilson, of UEA, said: “Routine scanning could prevent around 15,000 undiagnosed breech presentations, more than 4,000 emergency caesarean sections and between seven and eight baby deaths per year.” Sex Secrets Prostitute who earns £2,000 a week reveals the average penis size ... and how much she enjoys work NOT JUST SPOTS! Six common types of bumps on your skin - and the ones that could be deadly Sleep Lies Busted Counting … [Read more...] about Giving all mums-to-be a late ultrasound scan ‘would prevent 15,000 breech births a year’
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By Jeff Collins | Southern California News Group PUBLISHED: March 19, 2019 at 5:02 am | UPDATED: March 19, 2019 at 7:38 am Travis Page, owner of Clover’s Lawn Service, rakes leaves at an Opendoor house on Joltaire Way in Winchester in December. Opendoor became the fourth iBuyer to start operating in Southern California. Although iBuyers have been active since 2014, the online home-buying model didn’t reach Southern California until 2017. (Photo by Frank Bellino, contributing photographer) Southern California is relatively new to the iBuyer trend, which prefers markets with large expanses of cookie cutter tract housing to make it easier to accurately price houses. While iBuying has been in full swing in places like Phoenix for several years, the first iBuyers started working in Southrn California in 2017. In the past six months, RedfinNow expanded from the Inland Empire into Orange and Los Angeles counties. Opendoor and Zillow Offers recently announced plans to expand … [Read more...] about What’s an iBuyer? These companies will buy your home quicker, but at what cost?
Oct 04, 8:09 AM EDT Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury World By Pritha Paul @ZiggyZina143 10/04/18 AT 8:09 AM A baby boy born without a face in Philippines has managed to defy all odds and survive a year, celebrating his first birthday Oct. 3.One-year-old Matthew Gillado, who was born to Isabela and Raven Gillado, suffers from acrania — a rare facial deformity that develops inside the fetus, and occurs in every 20,000 human babies. Merriam Webster defined acrania as “congenital partial or total absence of the skull.”Matthew’s cranial region of the face is made of flat bones and a chunk of his skull is missing.The couple believe over-the-counter capsules containing phenylephrine HCI, chlorphenamine maleate and paracetamol that Isabela took for a week during the first month of her pregnancy when she was suffering from fever might have caused Matthew’s rare facial condition, Mirror Online … [Read more...] about Baby Born Without Face Turns One Year Old, Surviving Rare Fetal Condition
Kristine Phillips, The Washington Post Published 3:52 pm PDT, Monday, August 20, 2018 Colorado prosecutors formally charged Christopher Lee Watts with the murder of his pregnant wife and two daughters on Monday. The nine-count complaint - which includes multiple counts of first-degree murder, unlawful termination of pregnancy and tampering with a deceased human body - alleges that Watts intentionally killed his family on Aug. 13. In addition to the murders of Shanann Watts, 34, who was 15 weeks pregnant at the time, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3, the District Attorney's Office filed two additional counts of first-degree murder. According to Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke, the two additional counts of first-degree murder were filed because the girls were under 12 and killed by a person "in a position of trust." Recommended Video: Now Playing: After telling reporters he just wanted his pregnant wife and two children to come home, Chris Watts has been … [Read more...] about Colorado man charged with murder in connection with deaths of pregnant wife, 2 daughters
Kristine Phillips and Avi Selk, The Washington Post Published 11:37 am PDT, Saturday, August 18, 2018 The two young Colorado girls who, along with their mother, were killed this past week may have been strangled before their bodies were dumped in an oil well, according to a court document. A motion filed Friday by attorneys defending Christopher Watts, who investigators believe killed his pregnant wife and daughters, asks that DNA samples be taken from the children's necks. The document cites an expert who argued that DNA would still be present on the bodies - even though they had been submerged in crude oil for four days before they were found - but that evidence would be lost once the autopsies were performed. A Weld County judge, however, denied the request, the Denver Post reported. And authorities said Friday that they had finished the autopsies on the victims, though they did not say how they died. The document offers the first glimpse into what may have happened … [Read more...] about Were Colorado girls strangled? Father’s lawyers requested DNA swabs from children’s necks.