Premature Baby News

New Video System Helping Parents to Keep in Touch

Posted on 30/12/2018 by Matt Haselip

When babies are born prematurely, it is obviously a very difficult time for the new parents, particularly if the newborn baby is poorly.

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New Study Offers Hope for Parents

Posted on 28/11/2018 by Matt Haselip

For most, the news of expecting a baby is greeted with joy and happiness. From the time the expectant parents see their baby on the ultrasound scan, plans are starting to be put into place and they tentatively begin to imagine their new life together

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A new Drug Could Help Preemie Babies

Posted on 25/10/2018 by Matt Haselip

The University of Western Australia, and the King Edward Memorial Hospital are currently looking into whether a drug developed in the seventies could help extremely sick premature babies

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New Protocol For Premature Babies Gets Parents Involved

Posted on 30/09/2018 by Matt Haselip

The treatment protocol is part of a worldwide research project seeking to know how parental involvement affects the survival rates of premature babies.

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More Employers Extending Leave after Premature Births

Posted on 31/08/2018 by Matt Haselip

Parents of premature babies have an awful lot to deal with in the weeks and months following the birth of their children. Among the many concerns is how they will manage when it is time to go back to work.

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Donated Breast Milk

Posted on 12/07/2018 by Matt Haselip

Dealing with a premature baby is obviously going to be an incredibly stressful time for the parents in question. However, those mums struggling to establish a supply of breast milk might be finding this period even tougher.

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Help More Premature Babies Survive

Posted on 14/06/2018 by Matt Haselip

If you are among the millions of parents around the world who have given birth to premature babies, you will be excited to learn about a breakthrough that could change the lives of babies and their parents dramatically.

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Parental Involvement

Posted on 25/05/2018 by Matt Haselip

Imagine being the parent of a premature baby being cared for in the neonatal ICU unit. You want to be involved in the daily care of your child, but you don’t know what to do.

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Helping Premature Babies: When Amazing People Step Up

Posted on 16/04/2018 by Matt Haselip

Parents of premature babies need a lot of help and support. From the moment of delivery until the baby is strong enough to go home, there is lots to be done. And even after baby goes home, parents may need additional support to meet the unique needs of their lovely children. Thankfully, help and support is not hard to find in the UK.

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Hard Decisions Are Part of Parenting Premature Babies

Posted on 15/03/2018 by Matt Haselip

Parenting is not easy even under the best of conditions. When your child is a premature baby, parenting is even tougher. There are some very hard decisions that come with the territory, decisions that can sometimes be equal parts heartbreaking

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