|Posted on January 30, 2014 at 8:11 PM|
It has been a long winter break...finally getting back into reading and collecting the latest news around the web for you! Some really interesting finds this week about new fertility options, the role of Vitamin D in pregnancy, and always, breastfeeding. SO excited to learn that another state in the USA is making another push to protect breastfeeding MotherBabies with a breastfeeding protection code. In addition, Missouri is also adding to their breastfeeding laws to protect breastfeeding mothers from contempt of court if they can't serve jury duty.
Vancouver's Olive Fertility Centre Introduces New Embryo Screening Shown to Increase IVF Success
PR Web - http://bit.ly/1locXB0
Vitamin D deficiency tied to severe pre-eclampsia
Health24 - http://bit.ly/1fg9RYl
More About Vitamin D from National Institute of Health:
UCSD epidermal electronics patch pushes frontiers
San Diego Source: http://bit.ly/1gui3t9
Simple Tech Creates Infant Warmer To Save Lives In Developing Countries
Forbes – http://onforb.es/1lodWkG
Identifying Ways To Reduce First Cesarean
Eurasia Review – http://bit.ly/LukGx8
Fear of childbirth linked to postpartum depression, study finds
latimes.com – http://lat.ms/1bE3MCl
Drug approval in neonates; what to do? and what is this dexmedetty stuff?
Neonatal Research http://bit.ly/1fqAmwr
Measuring brain activity in premature infants
Medical Xpress – http://bit.ly/1aL0FOA
Missouri Senate bill would ban any municipality from restricting breastfeeding in public
St. Louis KMOV.com: http://bit.ly/1lod6V1
Breastfeeding bill advances
WV MetroNews – http://bit.ly/1lodjrf
New Line of Breast Pump Bags to Make Breastfeeding Easier for Working Moms
Digital Journal http://bit.ly/Luf71K
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