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Keeping Your Little Ones Safe

Taking your newborn home from the hospital can be a scary and overwhelming experience, especially your firstborn. Parents want to do everything they can to keep their newborns safe. In honor of Baby Safety Month in September, Onsite is sharing some helpful tips to protect your baby.  Baby Safety for the Car  Even though driving in the car is part of our daily routine,

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Breastfeeding Q & A with Onsite’s Dr. Brittany Reid

August is National Breastfeeding Month! As mothers prepare for childbirth, they think about the importance of breastfeeding for the health of their baby. Onsite’s Dr. Brittany Reid answers some questions about breastfeeding that she is often asked as a neonatologist. Breastfeeding is valuable for both mothers and babies – it facilitates bonding and provides a

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UV Awareness Month: Dos and Don’ts of Newborn Skin Care

Summer is in full swing as we move into July. Across the country, COVID-19 restrictions are being lifted, and summer activities are making a big comeback. Barbeques, beach trips, hiking, and picnics, to name a few. This means people are starting to spend extra time soaking in the sunshine. Skincare is important for everyone, but

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A Father’s Day Special: Words from a NICU Dad

Parents can experience overwhelming emotions and heavy burdens when having a child in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). As we approach Father’s Day this weekend, Onsite wants to bring attention to a particular person who may not get recognized enough, the NICU Dad. Onsite’s Dr. Brittany Reid sat down and talked with one of

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New study suggests that the health of the father may affect the health of his newborn

Does a Father’s Health Impact the Health of His Newborn?

There are several factors that can create complications during pregnancy and birth. Until now, much of the focus has been on how a mother’s health affects the health of her baby. However, new research suggests that the health of the father may also be key to improving outcomes for mom and baby. A study of

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