|Posted on November 14, 2013 at 7:21 PM|
Just in time for some dinner-prep or nighttime reading, here are the articles that caught my eye over the last few days. Thoughts and prayers being sent to the families in the Philippines. It is amazing to see how the miracle of life continues on in the face of destruction and devastation.
As we approach Premature Awareness Day on November 17, I am guessing there will be more articles about preemies and NICU care - if they don't make it on here, make sure to check our Pinterest Boards for the articles we find and want to save for future reference.
If there are any other topics you are interested in, please leave me a note. I am an avid reader and there is so much information to cull through on a daily basis. I would like to include the topics that are important to you!
Asthma May Lengthen Time to Get Pregnant
More on LiveScience: http://bit.ly/HWig8Y
U.K. Study Finds There May Be A Way For Doctors To Predict Preeclampsia In Pregnant Women
Read the article from NY1: http://bit.ly/HWhbye
Study discovers that senescence also plays a role in embryo development
Read the rest of the article on MedicalXpress.com http://bit.ly/17tCcGn
My note: Something to look into if there is a high risk pregnancy:
Topol Predicts Genomic Screening Will Replace Amniocentesis
More on MedScape.com: http://bit.ly/1e5oXAy
My note: For our VBAC students/readers – this is an oldie but a goodie:
ICAN of Atlanta: Laboring On the Monitors
Read the rest of the article and check out the picture gallery: http://bit.ly/1e5opKV
Delayed umbilical cord clamping reduces complications
News story from the Alberta Health Services and Edmonton Sun: http://bit.ly/1e5sgI3
Evan Rachel Wood opens up about childbirth
Read the Contactmusic.com here: http://bit.ly/1cZllmtBabies
My note: An FYI if you or anyone you know has had weight-loss surgery:
Study Ties Weight-Loss Surgery to Higher Risk of Preemie Birth
This article is from Newsday: http://bit.ly/1cZl3ft
Smart jacket for premature babies
Read the rest of the news story at MedicalExpress.com: http://bit.ly/17tD9hG
NEW STUDY: Quiet conditions are bad for new-borns in care
Read more at the digitaljournal.com: http://bit.ly/1e5qLcQ
Breastfeeding FAQs on www.ajc.com
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Anything jump out at you this week??
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