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Infant “Safe Sleep” in Winter Months

During the colder winter months, doctors see an increase in infant deaths due to the use of pillows and thick blankets, which greatly increase the chances of suffocation. Dr. Sanji Garza-Cox, a MEDNAX-affiliated neonatologist at the Children's Hospital of San Antonio...

Donor Breast Milk Helps Premature Babies

Babies born prematurely often face a number of complications and breast milk can help, especially right after birth. “If the mother breastfeeds them, then they’re going to get a lot of what they would have missed otherwise,” said MEDNAX-affiliated neonatologist and...

Protect Your Kids from Common ‘Day Care Diseases’

If it seems like your young children are getting sick all the time, it’s because they probably are. Infants and toddlers are especially prone to contracting diseases because their immune systems are in the early stages of development. Little ones in day care and...

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