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Neonatalogy

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Reilly Krahe, RN, BSN holds Charlie Wells

NICU Baby Bonds with His Nurses

When Charlie was born at 24 weeks he weighed less than 2 pounds. But thanks to a dedicated NICU team and family-centered care, he grew stronger every day.

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Should You Swaddle Your Newborn?

Tightly wrapping a newborn baby in a blanket or swaddle is a common practice. But is it safe? Learn why and when swaddling is appropriate.

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New Infant Sleep Guidance: Law Bans Inclined Sleepers, Bumpers

Inclined sleepers are now banned under federal law due to the risk of injury and death. Learn more about updated infant safe sleep recommendations.

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Best Tips for Giving Your Newborn Baby a Bath

A newborn’s skin is soft and delicate. Proper skin care and bathing can help maintain the health and texture of your baby’s skin while providing a pleasant experience for both of you.

Ricky and Natassia Safranek with baby Lenny

Spiking Blood Pressure Signals Pregnancy-Related Crisis Before and After Delivery

Weighing a mere 1 pound 11 ounces at birth, little Lenny is an enormous miracle to his parents, who are still struck by the dramatic cascade of events that brought them safely to this place.

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When Premature Birth Can Result in Eye Problems

When retinopathy of prematurity doesn’t resolve on its own, various treatment options are available. Either way, ongoing follow-up with a specialized eye surgeon is very important for your baby.

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Best Tips To Take Care of Your Newborn's Umbilical Cord

The umbilical cord can be a place for infection to enter the baby’s body, so it’s important to care for it properly until it fall off on its own, usually in a week or two.

infant jaundice

What Expecting Parents Need To Know About Jaundice

About 60 percent of newborn babies develop jaundice, but managing it is important because it can cause long-term health problems in rare cases.

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