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'I'm pregnant, I relapsed on heroin and I don't want to kill my baby' - Indianapolis Star

4 hours 46 min ago

Indianapolis Star

'I'm pregnant, I relapsed on heroin and I don't want to kill my baby'
Indianapolis Star
“I walked in the door and I said, I'm pregnant, I relapsed on heroin, and I don't want to kill my baby,” she said, as she choked back tears. “It was that serious for me…. I knew if they didn't help me then, there was a real chance that I wouldn't live ...

Infant mortality rises - Times Daily

8 hours 48 min ago

Infant mortality rises
Times Daily
According to the Centers for Disease Control, the national infant mortality rate was 5.9 births per 1,000 live births in 2015, the most recent available from the national public health care organization. ... increasing the use of progesterone to women ...

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Editorial: Faso, Stefanik step up with 'no' on tax bill vote - The Daily Gazette

Thu, 2017-11-16 17:04

The Daily Gazette

Editorial: Faso, Stefanik step up with 'no' on tax bill vote
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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Emily Mueller, 33, posed with thousands of bees in Ohio photo shoot - Daily Mail

Thu, 2017-11-16 14:58

Daily Mail

Emily Mueller, 33, posed with thousands of bees in Ohio photo shoot
Daily Mail
In a heartbreaking post on her Facebook page, Mueller details everything from when she first suspected there was a problem when she stopped feeling the baby kicking, to the the moment she gave birth surrounded by caring nurses and doctors. 'So many ...

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Indiana State Department of Health creates pregnancy app - Fox 59

Thu, 2017-11-16 10:37

Fox 59

Indiana State Department of Health creates pregnancy app
Fox 59
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) has launched a new mobile application aimed at improving infant and maternal health in Indiana. ... The app promotes early prenatal care and education about pregnancy. ... The app is ...

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Improve the world one person at a time - The Daily Gazette

Thu, 2017-11-16 07:45

The Daily Gazette

Improve the world one person at a time
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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Trump is a cancer on American people - The Daily Gazette

Thu, 2017-11-16 07:44

Trump is a cancer on American people
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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State is leading by example on gun laws - The Daily Gazette

Thu, 2017-11-16 07:44

The Daily Gazette

State is leading by example on gun laws
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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Give better notice for Stockade-athon - The Daily Gazette

Thu, 2017-11-16 07:39

The Daily Gazette

Give better notice for Stockade-athon
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

Obesity: Five surprising facts - Medical News Today

Thu, 2017-11-16 05:15

Medical News Today

Obesity: Five surprising facts
Medical News Today
To gain this extra fat, a person needs to eat more calories than they burn, which is generally thought to be the result of a sedentary lifestyle and the consumption of high-energy foods. As researchers are beginning to get a ... In addition to a higher ...

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'Home for the Holidays' will make Gloversville merry - The Daily Gazette

Wed, 2017-11-15 20:54

The Daily Gazette

'Home for the Holidays' will make Gloversville merry
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

Fire breaks out at Pepsi bottling plant in Latham - The Daily Gazette

Wed, 2017-11-15 16:33

The Daily Gazette

Fire breaks out at Pepsi bottling plant in Latham
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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The 10 Worst Boss Reactions to Employees Calling in Sick - PayScale Career News (blog)

Wed, 2017-11-15 16:20

PayScale Career News (blog)

The 10 Worst Boss Reactions to Employees Calling in Sick
PayScale Career News (blog)
I'm a nurse (so was she) and I had been up all night throwing up. I had no idea if it was food issues or a bug, but I felt a strong obligation to not share it especially with my elderly patients. (Pretty sure it ... I was at the beginning of my second ...

'Pregnancy is p***ing me right off': Couple who failed to tell anyone they'd had a baby 'starved and left him naked ... - Daily Mail

Wed, 2017-11-15 15:48

Daily Mail

'Pregnancy is p***ing me right off': Couple who failed to tell anyone they'd had a baby 'starved and left him naked ...
Daily Mail
When first interviewed by police Clarke also denied the existence of the baby. But during an interview he gave a prepared statement confirming the baby had been born alive and had died in his sleep. He said Davies had attempted to breastfeed him but ...
Couple 'starved baby to death before burying him in shallow grave in park and denying he existed'International Business Times UK

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Foss: Improving birth outcomes should be a priority - The Daily Gazette

Wed, 2017-11-15 11:53

The Daily Gazette

Foss: Improving birth outcomes should be a priority
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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In Clifton-Berea, convergence of 'every bad thing' leads to lowest life expectancy in Baltimore - Baltimore Sun

Wed, 2017-11-15 08:20

Baltimore Sun

In Clifton-Berea, convergence of 'every bad thing' leads to lowest life expectancy in Baltimore
Baltimore Sun
Babies born to parents in Clifton-Berea will live shorter lives, on average, than babies born to families anywhere else in Baltimore, a new city analysis suggests. Outsized rates of overdoses, chronic disease and violence have pushed the local life ...

Waiting for GE to drop the shoe - The Daily Gazette

Tue, 2017-11-14 21:35

The Daily Gazette

Waiting for GE to drop the shoe
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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Prosecutors: Suspect admitted Mechanicville slaying - The Daily Gazette

Tue, 2017-11-14 21:28

The Daily Gazette

Prosecutors: Suspect admitted Mechanicville slaying
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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Trooper from Schenectady County arrested in domestic incident - The Daily Gazette

Tue, 2017-11-14 21:16

The Daily Gazette

Trooper from Schenectady County arrested in domestic incident
The Daily Gazette
There are a lot of good programs for pregnant women and babies in the Capital Region. But there are also gaps that, if plugged, would likely improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality rates. Mitchell said the area would benefit from group ...

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