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It's hard to believe it has been over six years since Kaleb Arkell Graves, better known as "Baby Buns" got to go home and start life after a ... Read More
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Breastfeeding May Strengthen a Baby’s Heart
If you have a preemie and are considering breastfeeding, a new study may be the final straw to sway your decision. Breast milk can give ... Read More
Top Signs of Preterm Labor and Coping With Preterm Birth
According to recent statistics, African American women are 50% more likely to have a preterm or premature baby than other ethnicities. ... Read More
Why Is The Black Infant Mortality Rate So High?
Although recent technological advances have decreased infant mortality rates (IMR) globally, the U.S. rate is still alarming compared to ... Read More
Moms Who Smoked as Teens More Likely to Deliver Smaller Babies
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Aggressive Prenatal Care to Help Battle Preterm Births
Over 200,000 women go into preterm birth each year, oftentimes leading to health issues for both mother and baby. Factors like age, weight, ... Read More
Low Blood Sugar In Newborns Tied To Brain Problems Later
Low blood sugar affects about one in six newborns, and new research suggests it could lead to brain difficulties in childhood. Babies who ... Read More
How To Deal With 4 Common Pregnancy Complications
Being pregnant is a magical, glorious time for many women. You get to spend nearly a year bonding with yourself and your unborn child. ... Read More
Taking Blood Tests Now, Might Predict Preterm Birth Later
Did you know? On average, black women are about 60% more likely to have a premature baby compared to white women? Those numbers undoubtedly ... Read More