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- Could best medicine for newborns with opioid exposure be mom? Cincinnati hospitals try new approach
An infant is diagnosed with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome every 19 minutes in the United States. Withdrawal symptoms can include diarrhea, sleep disruption, vomiting, fever, inability to feed properly, tremors and more.
- Should a stuffy nose stop a nurse from working?
The U.S. has a severe shortage of nurses, and healthcare workers are suffering from significant burnout, compounded by understaffing. As the Omicron variant spreads, outdated Covid-19 testing and quarantine policies are exacerbating healthcare worker shortages. For nearly two years hospitals have subjected doctors and nurses to mind-numbing symptom and exposure checklists each day, without any evidence that they reduce hospital-based Covid-19 transmission.
- After 'nightmare' IVF mix up, 2 mothers give birth to each other's babies
Alexander and Daphna Cardinale were already the proud parents of a young girl. But when she kept asking for a sibling, they decided to do in-vitro fertilization at a clinic their friend recommended. On their second try, Daphna Cardinale got pregnant and carried a baby girl to term.