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Newborn Screening Saves Babies

Newborn screening is a system that helps tell whether your baby is at increased risk for certain serious medical conditions. Early detection through a simple process is vital and done within 24 to 48 hours of birth.

If you are the parents of a baby on the way, you're encouraged to find out all you can about newborn screening.

 

 

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Diet and Gestational Diabetes
Eating potatoes before pregnancy may increase a woman's risk of gestational diabetes.
Treating Morning Sickness
What's the best way to ease the nausea and vomiting that often comes with pregnancy?
Pregnancy and Sleep Position
Sleeping on your back late in pregnancy may increase the risk for adverse outcomes, according to a new study.
40 Weeks Trailer
The movie which explores the stories, emotions and physical changes experienced through pregnancy.
Sex In Pregnancy and Post Partum
Ana Paula Markel answers questions related to sex in pregnancy, birth and post partum.
Chemical Concerns?
Are antibacterial compounds found in soaps and other products safe for pregnant women and their fetuses?
Breastfeeding and Breast Sagging
How will breast-feeding affect the appearance of my breasts? Does nursing cause sagging?
Pregnancy Age
If you've delayed having a baby till later in life, you're not alone. More women than ever before are waiting.
Rhythm For Life
Perfect for any stage of pregnancy and all fitness levels, this workout will help you relax and rejuvenate.
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