Late Preterm Birth Risk Repiratory Illness
According to a recent study by Dr. Judith Hibbard and published in the July 28th issue of JAMA, babies born between 34-37 weeks gestation are more likely to have respiratory illnesses than full-term infants. Check out the article.
Early Weaning Linked to Chronic Diseases Later in Life
According to a study by the international journal, Public Health Nutrition, babies who are breastfed as infants are less likely to have chronic diseases such as asthma, diabetes, obesity, etc. later in life. For more information, check out the article.
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When to Worry About your Baby’s Hearing
What to do if you are concerned over your child's hearing. Activities to test your baby's hearing. How to know if your baby has a hearing problem. What does it mean if your baby has to have a repeat hearing screening test.
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