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July 2019 Archives

Pregnant mothers & prescription meds: Is fetus at risk for NAS?

From 2009 to 2013, neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) doubled in the United States. To help determine the cause for the increase, a recent study reviewed the risks of NAS on infants whose mothers underwent surgery during pregnancy.

Investigation looks into triggers for preterm birth

Obstetricians, neonatologists, geneticists, immunologists and bioengineers are just a sampling of the specialists from Stanford that have been working together over the last ten years to determine the basic causes of preterm birth. The goal of the study: identify and reduce the risk of preterm birth.

Study focuses on malpractice claims due to misdiagnosis

Doctors sometimes make mistakes. They may study and train for years before they can practice medicine, but they are still only human. Mistakes are inevitable. The problem is that doctors' mistakes often involve our health and well-being, even our lives. And many of their most common mistakes can-and should-be avoided.

Most common types of malpractice claims involving newborns

Knowing what to look out for and what to expect are key steps in protecting your child's health. Which is why you check their temperature when they don't feel well - you're monitoring a potential warning sign. You put sunscreen on them before going outside because you know sun exposure leads to sunburn and, long term, potential skin cancer.

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