Monthly Archives: March 2019

Drivers Who Don’t Buckle Up Likely to Have Unrestrained Child Passengers

(U.S) – When a driver doesn’t buckle up, their young passengers are also likely to be unrestrained, according to research in the March 2019 Pediatrics.

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Local Program Offered to Support Children in Homes of Family and Friends

(New Philadelphia, Ohio) – The Kinship Permanency Incentive (KPI) program was created to support children in the homes of family and friends who have committed to caring for them when birth parents cannot.

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Emergency cesareans increase risk of postnatal depression in new mothers, research suggests

(U.S.) – Becoming a mother, especially for the first time, has its challenges – and it starts with giving birth.

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