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Two Heartbeats: My Family’s Journey With Twin-To-Twin Transfusion Syndrome

It all started during a routine appointment with my maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) specialist, Dr. Marshall St. Amant, in Hammond, LA. At 19 weeks, my husband, Jay, and I were enjoying … Full Entry »

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New Infant Formulas: Are They Really Better?

  The development and subsequent marketing of new products is a universal aspect of the infant formula landscape [see previous article on infant formulas, here]. Marketing of infant formula is … Full Entry »

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Our Journey With Holoprosencephaly: Part One

  In April of 2009, my husband, Kevin, myself and our son were very excited to find out we were expecting our second child. A girl named Teagan, who was … Full Entry »

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6 Things to Consider If You’ve Been Thinking About Donating Breast Milk

What is your motivation? Maybe you know someone who received donor breast milk and you want to pay it forward. Perhaps, your baby prefers her milk straight from the tap … Full Entry »

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Human Milk Fat Improves Growth of Premature Babies

We all know that eating a little extra fat and calories may make you gain weight, but in the case of our premature babies in the neonatal intensive care unit, … Full Entry »

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