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Hopeful, not optimistic

  On Jan 15, 2009 (which happened to be my 28th birthday), I had my very first ultrasound for my first pregnancy. While scanning me, the doctor turned the screen and asked … Full Entry »

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2015 Monthly News Round-Up: Top Stories From February

From the Houston Texans surprising our patients to the Mata twins going through a historical separation surgery, February was a month full of successful news and updates to share with our … Full Entry »

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Twins Born Prematurely: Our Story 28 Years Later

Each November as families around the U.S. celebrate Prematurity Awareness Month, my family also has a celebration of our own. My twin sister Lauren and I were born prematurely at … Full Entry »

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World Prematurity Day: A Closer Look At Premature Births From Around The Globe

Did you know that in the Unites States 1 in 9 babies are born prematurely and that over the past 25 years, our country’s premature birth rate has risen by … Full Entry »

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Donate Breast Milk, Save A Baby’s Life

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness month. Most of us understand that blood donors save lives. Besides saving the lives of our grandparents, friends and neighbors, blood donors save … Full Entry »

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