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Signs Your Child May Be Struggling from an Adverse Childhood Experience: Research supported by
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Check out the latest issue of the , featuring three recent studies on outcomes, , & children’s daily screen time.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 23
An -funded study showed that babies who have myelomeningocele, the primary in the most severe form of , are more likely to walk on their own if they have surgery to repair it in the womb.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 23
There is no “safe” amount of during . Consuming alcohol while raises the risk of spectrum disorders and other .
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CDC Division of Reproductive Health Jan 23
CDC is committed to reducing preterm births and improving the health of newborns. Learn more about what CDC is doing to better understand and reduce :
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NICHD News & Info Jan 23
Start your app today! Researchers, check out the latest from : Centers for Collaborative on & -related conditions (clinical trial optional). Read on:
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A10: Healthy comes in all shapes and sizes! ’s initiative educates women about healthy pregnancy & the importance of working with a healthcare provider.
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A10: For even more info on how you can have a healthy pregnancy and baby, visit our website: .
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A10: ’s project aims to learn about directly from pregnant women. Watch our video to learn more.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A10: Need more tips on how to have a healthy pregnancy? Check out info from on preconception and care.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A10: Depression and anxiety can happen during pregnancy and after birth. Learn how to get help.
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CDC Jan 22
Pregnant women who get vaccinated pass antibodies to their babies. That means when you get vaccines during pregnancy, you aren’t just protecting yourself—you are giving your baby some early protection too. See what CDC recommends: .
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A9: Some pregnancies are at higher risk for than others. Find out why.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A9: Avoid exposure to toxic substances during your pregnancy. Exposure to radiation, pesticides, some metals, & certain chemicals can cause , premature birth, or .
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CDC_NCBDDD Jan 22
A9: Taking care of yourself and doing what’s best for you is also best for your developing baby! Check out CDC’s 5 tips for preventing birth defects: .
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A9: Maybe baby in the new year? Get tested for and as part of your prenatal or preconception care.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A8: Getting a shot during protects newborns from flu-related health risks for several months.
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CDC_NCBDDD Jan 22
A8: help protect you and your developing baby against diseases. CDC recommends you get a whooping cough and vaccine during each pregnancy.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A8: Certain infections can affect the developing fetus, so women should take steps to prevent them. Learn more.
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NICHD News & Info Jan 22
A7: Tobacco use during pregnancy doubles the risk of stillbirth (death of a fetus after 20 weeks of pregnancy).
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