Medical research

Battery-free pacemaker reduces equipment to size of a dime

Researchers have developed and tested for the first time in vivo a miniaturized, battery-free pacemaker that supports optical and electrical multisite stimulation. The new device is powered wirelessly, omitting the weight ...

Pediatrics

Is timing everything for SIDS risk?

(HealthDay)—New research suggests that a baby's age may offer clues to sudden unexplained infant death (SUID)—formerly known as SIDS.

Neuroscience

Fetal nicotine exposure harms breathing in infants

Exposure to nicotine during development inhibits the function of neurons controlling the tongue, according to research in newborn rats recently published in eNeuro. This impairment may be a factor in sudden infant death syndrome ...

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