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Does Early Intervention Help Preemies?

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2014-05-18 | Author: admin

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The Victorian Brain Infants Studies (VIBeS) began a very important research project in January 2005, which aimed to establish if receiving developmental care at home was more beneficial than the current standard care, the study is known as the VIBeS Plus program. There are around 3,000 very low birth weight (less than 1500 gr...

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PS4 Takes Control

Posted in: Preemies in the News | Date: 2010-06-30 | Author: admin

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Light risk for prems

Posted in: Industry News | Date: 2010-06-30 | Author: admin

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Research suggests that constant exposure to artificial lighting in the hospital might damage the development of premature babies' biological clocks.  The study involved testing the affect of constant exposure to light on baby mice, which showed that the master biological clock in the mice brains was prevented from developin...

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The Power of !important

Posted in: Preemiehelp News | Date: 2010-06-28 | Author: admin

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