A research review examining that babies of color in the NICU have less access to both their own parent's breast/chestmilk but also less access to donor milk.
It was with great sadness that the Lamaze board, staff, and organization members learned last week of Dr. Marshall Klaus' death. Dr. Klaus passed away on August 15th, 2017 at the age of 90, at his home near San Francisco, California.
A study published in Krager Biomedicine Hub indicates that newborns who need additional glucose supplementation are able to achieve stable blood glucose levels with the administration of oral dextrose gel during feeds and prevent NICU admissions.
The health concerns that affect preterm babies are well documented and much is known about the impact of an early birth on the long term health of children. Some of these issues were discussed in a recent post on Science & Sensibility highlighting World Prematurity Day. The issue of babies being
Regular contributor Walker Karraa interviews Jennifer Carney, a mother of two, who suffered from eclampsia at the beginning of her third trimester. Jennifer shares her real life story, on the heels of a favorite character’s similar experience on the popular TV show “Downton Abbey.” Today, we learn