Every November our focus turns to prematurity and Prematurity Awareness Month. In particular, November 17th (tomorrow) is Prematurity Awareness Day. For the second year in a row, the rate of babies born prematurely has risen and is now at 9.8% for 2016, up from 9.6 % in 2015.
Prematurity is a serious problem that affects families all around the globe. Learning what factors influence who may be at risk of delivering too early can be a significant contribution to reducing the impact of premature birth
As November comes to a close, you may have read or seen many articles on the topic of premature babies. November is Prematurity Awareness Month, recognized in the United States and around the world. Prematurity affects 15 million babies a year globally and the downstream health consequen
Science & Sensibility would like to let readers know of another free webinar opportunity that is coming up at the end of the month. The Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) Innovation Center is offering an hour webinar titled "Strong Start For Mothers & Newborns - Reducing Early Electi
[Editor's note: Amy Romano recently shared the following thoughts on Childbirth Connection's Transforming Maternity Care site. Those of you who missed reading Amy's review of a recent study pertaining to the maternal emotional outcomes associated with preterm birth will surely benefit