Planning for the birth of your baby may seem scary and overwhelming, but there are many options you can consider before your baby arrives. The best choice is what works best for you and your baby. Read more to find out some information that can help you decide what type of birthing experience you’d prefer.
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Newborn screening is a nationwide public health initiative that tests newborn babies for a wide range of genetic and congenital conditions. While most babies are often born healthy, some babies are born with serious, but treatable medical conditions.
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Seafood is needed for the best possible brain development in babies and is one of the only foods naturally rich in the omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA, which promote brain development. Current guidelines encourage pregnant women eat 2-3 servings of fish and seafood per week to boost babies' development.
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