WHEN A FETAL SYNDROME DIAGNOSIS FEELS LIKE THE END, WE HAVE RESOURCES AND HOPE FOR NEW BEGINNINGS.
YOU'LL NEVER FORGET THE MOMENT YOU HEAR YOUR BABY MAY NOT SURVIVE. WE REMEMBER.
LIFE CHANGES THE INSTANT YOU LEARN YOUR UNBORN BABY HAS A FETAL SYNDROME. WE HAVE RESOURCES TO HELP.
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By 15 months, babies eat 6½ teaspoons of added sugars per day, mainly from fruit drinks, soda, cookies, sweetened yogurt and ready-eat-cereals, which are introduced into the diet as early as 9 months. What it means: To put that into perspective, an 8-ounce cup of cola has about 6 ½ teaspoons of sugar. So, babies are eating as much sugar in a day as what you’ll find in an entire cup of soda!read more
By: Kylee Bennett Nearly 120,000 infants are born with congenital defects each year, and they don't always go on to live happy lives. If you’ve received a difficult fetal syndrome diagnosis, you’re certainly not alone. During this challenging time, it can be easy to...read more
Growing up in the 1960’s, Dr. Diana Farmer’s mother taught Sunday school for disabled children where she first met children who had spina bifida.
“It was a really crummy disease,” Farmer said. Dr. Farmer is now leading innovative research, which holds promise of saving lives and lifetimes.