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Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, When is the lump on my son's head likely to subside?
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The signs and symptoms of heart problems in babies.
The Dedmans knew their baby girl would be different from other kids, but they didn't know how much she would inspire them.
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When her son still hadn't mastered basics like sitting up unassisted, walking, or talking by 18 months, one mom had no idea microcephaly was the reason.
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Learn about microcephaly, the rare birth defect now making news as a possible effect of the Zika virus.
Serious birthmarks are surprisingly common. The good news: Doctors are finding new ways to treat them.
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There's some encouraging news about Zika on the horizon.
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This is the first research to quantify the risk for a pregnant woman with Zika having a baby who develops microcephaly.
A new report links the amount of women prescribed opioids during pregnancy to the rise in neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS).
Almost exactly two months after the Clemson community rallied around a terminally ill baby, the child has passed away.