Tag "Babies"

The rate of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) has declined more than 50 percent since the 1994 Back-to-Sleep campaign was launched, encouraging parents to place infants to sleep on their backs. But, unfortunately, SIDS still remains the leading cause of › Continue Reading

Last we met the Vaughn family, they told a story of a fragile Christmas baby who was fighting for his life. When Lisa and Anthony Vaughn’s son was born on Christmas Day, 2008, they named him Immanuel. He weighed 1 › Continue Reading

Smoking marijuana during pregnancy may be more dangerous than you think, according to the latest research from Cincinnati Children’s. A study led by Sudhansu K. Dey, PhD, director of the Division of Reproductive Science at Cincinnati Children’s, and his colleagues › Continue Reading

Yesterday we told you about the Mother’s Milk Bank of Ohio (MMBO), a program that provides pasteurized donor breast milk to infants and toddlers with life-threatening illnesses whose mothers cannot provide human milk. Many moms find the program to be › Continue Reading