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Life Insurance protection against the loss of a parent

Ensuring that you are adequately prepared for continued stability is key. Family life insurance provides you with a safe plan for securing the well-being of your family in the wake of unexpected events. Find out how having a sound insurance plan makes peace of mind as a parent possible.

Accepting your body in pregnancy

Hey there mama, we know EXACTLY what you're going through!

Protected: Things you need to know about Medical Malpractice

When a medical procedure doesn't go as planned. In a perfect world all medical procedures, treatments, and diagnosis are perfectly done, there are...

The Risk of Maternal Death

Unfortunately, many new mothers experience birth injuries that they have to live with for the rest of their lives; others succumb to their injuries and grieving families deserve answers and justice.

Do you know the risks of anesthesia?

Anesthesia can present specific risks in a medical setting. Often overlooked, possible anesthesia errors concern position-related injuries, oxygen deprivation, spinal cord injury, failure to maintain blood pressure, and other provider-related errors which may jeopardize a patient’s health.

Causes of Hip Dysplasia in Infants

Hip dysplasia is a condition where the hip socket does not fully cover the ball portion of the upper thighbone. When the condition is present at birth, it is the responsibility of medical staff to detect it and recommend the appropriate treatment options.

Preventing a Folic Acid Deficiency in Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be a tough time on your stomach, food intake and energy levels. Dreaming of Baby speaks with Dr. Jacqueline Darna, on the importance of folic acid in preventing anemia, and in ensuring a healthy pregnancy.

What you need to know about stillbirth

Stillbirth is, unfortunately, a possible pregnancy outcome that takes most by surprise. Occurring in one out of every 160 births in the United States,...

Brachial Plexus Injuries and Erb’s Palsy in Infants

The brachial plexus controls the arm’s entire movement and force on a baby’s head during birth can result in injured nerves and chronic arm paralysis.

Cerebral Palsy is considered a birth injury. Find out why.

Cerebral palsy is an incurable condition typically caused by damage to the brain before or at birth. Receiving this diagnosis for your baby can be devastating. Speaking to a cerebral palsy lawyer can help you decipher the why and how.

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