Georgia to expand program that supports new and expectant mothers

Georgia to expand program that supports new and expectant mothers
“We're so thankful our different groups are working together to give you help.” There were 130,000 babies born in Georgia in 2011, and more than 37,000 of them were identified as “at risk,” such as a premature birth or an unwed teenage mother, said Dr.
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Ibobo Ujaligwa: Celebrating Umuavulu Abor's heritage '
Next was Dr. Judith Ume-Ukeje, a United States-based consultant pediatrician, who admonished mothers not to take on the role of doctors with regard to their children's health, urging them to see the pediatrician for their children's health problems …
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Adoptive mothers have own form of depression: Post-Adoption Depression
“A March study of 300 mothers by Purdue University researchers found that post-adoption depression syndrome, or PAD, afflicts between 18 and 26 percent of adoptive mothers in the first year after an infant or child is placed with them. … Center, all …
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