Category Archives: Neonatology

Christmas In The NICU: A Doctor’s Perspective

I’ve spent a lot of Christmas days and nights in a NICU. In fact, I’ve spent virtually all of the last 30 of them there. This is not a problem … Full Entry »

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Newborn Center: A Behind The Scenes Look

According to the March of Dimes, about 1 in 10 babies will require intensive medical care immediately after birth. This care takes place in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), … Full Entry »

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Prematurity Awareness Month: The More You Know

One in eight is a scary reality. That’s the likelihood of babies being born premature in the United States. Normal pregnancies last for 40 weeks, and one in eight babies … Full Entry »

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Prematurity Awareness Month: My Daughter’s NICU Story

Prematurity Awareness Month was not something I had heard of before becoming the mommy of a premature baby.  Since becoming a proud preemie parent, I have found joy in sharing … Full Entry »

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Born Dangerously Premature At 23 Weeks Gestation, How My Daughter Overcame The Odds

In early 2010, after 2 years of struggling with infertility, my husband, James, and I discovered the joyous news… we were pregnant! Although it was my first, it seemed like … Full Entry »

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