Is Silence Golden in the NICU?

In the NICU was it quiet or noisy? Were your babies in private rooms or not? Keep reading to see what research is showing about the amount of noise beneficial.  Does this apply at home also?

In the NICU, maybe not all silence is golden. A […]

Is the Fertility Crisis a Myth?

According to a new study, the percentage of adults of childbearing age getting fertility treatments hasn’t changed since 2002. “Infertility rates have come down a little bit,” says Dr. Anjani Chandra, researcher at the NCHS, part of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “That […]

Can a Baby’s Cry Predict Autism?

Researchers at Brown University and Women & Infants Hospital have developed a machine that can analyze babies’ cries and make it easier for physicians to identify neurological or developmental issues in children.

“Slight variations in cries, mostly imperceptible to the human ear, can be a […]

MOST eNews: December 2012 – Holiday Cheer!

  • Adopt A Family- Read about the families. Give for a happy holiday!
  • Who Are Late Preterm Infants? Do you have some?
  • Education of Multiples- A MOST survey
  • Stories from the Heart blog
  • Holiday Shopping Online: Amazon and iGive

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