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- Preventing prematurity: the importance of getting screened for Chlamydia
- Ther-Rx skips ACOG: the people have spoken. But can we do more?
- What does replacing the word retarded with intellectual disability accomplish?
- Cigna’s automatic denials: asshattery in action
- ACOG’s double standard on Makena: denouncing Ther-Rx but taking advertising dollars
Monthly Archives: July 2010
Before things went wrong I had mapped out a scene from our future. I think every parent does. Whether it is your baby’s first smile, how you will look pushing your baby in a stroller, or taking your child to … Continue reading
To leave the NICU you need a car seat, specifically a car seat that will not affect your baby’s oxygen level while keeping them safe from injury. The problem is car seats, like just about everything else, are designed for … Continue reading
When your baby is in the NICU, the last thing you think about is yourself. In fact, that’s how is is for a long time. When your baby is sick, you grab a bite here or there, or maybe you … Continue reading
Remember, this information is not direct medical advice. When you are at risk for delivering prematurely between 22 and 25 weeks it is very hard for doctors to predict outcomes. It is actually difficult to make predictions for preemies in … Continue reading