Oxygen Level & Preemies

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2011-05-09 | Author: admin


Premature babies have underdeveloped lungs when they are born and so often require supplemental oxygen to survive. However, the level of oxygen needed to help preemies without causing other health problems has been a cause of much debate. A scientific publication in the New England Journal of Medicine has concluded that hig...



Preemiehelp's New Look

Posted in: Preemiehelp News | Date: 2011-01-03 | Author: admin


Preemiehelp has undergone a major facelift!  Now you'll not only find heaps of information about preterm birth but now there are many ways for you to interact with our experts, chat to other like-minded members, participate in regular polls and competitions, and share your personal thoughts and experiences with premature bi...



Preemies & Argan Oil

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2014-04-28 | Author: admin


What’s so Good about Argan Oil? Often called ‘liquid gold’, Argan oil is an organic product produced from an Argan nut coming from Argan tree, which only grows in Southwestern Morocco. Scientific analysis shows it is high in essential fatty acids Omega 6 and 9 to moisturise, maintain hydration and reduce inflammation. Argan...



Grief – Quick Recovery Key

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2012-03-30 | Author: admin


Becoming a parent of a preemie can result in, for good reason, feelings of grief and high levels of distress, which is similar to that of parents who have a child with a chronic illness (e.g. epilepsy or cerebral palsy). According to new research, the faster a mother of a preemie can overcome the feelings of grief they are ex...

AlbertEinstein_iconOne of the greatest minds in history, Albert Einstein was born preterm.

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Preemie, Premmie, or Prem?

Most babies spend between 38 and 42 weeks in their mother’s uterus. So, technically a preterm birth, preemie, premmie, or prem, is an infant who is born less than 37 completed gestational weeks. 

Read More: Defining Preterm birth



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