How the Pandemic Aggravates NICU Life

Written by Awanti Sambarey, PhD, the mother of Baby Indira. “Though she be but little, she is fierce” – William Shakespeare Nothing prepares you to have a preterm baby. My pregnancy was wonderful, and I did everything “right” – from…

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We Lost Our Daughter to NEC During the COVID-19 Crisis

Written by Emilia’s mother, Felicia Sears.  Our daughter, Emilia Quinn Sears, was born prematurely on March 15, 2020. As this was the beginning of America’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, our family’s experience was unlike anything we could have imagined….

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Donor Milk Is Still Safe in the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

Written by Erin Hamilton Spence, MD, IBCLC Medical Director Mother’s Milk Bank of North Texas Neonatologist, Fort Worth, TX In March 2020, I was working in the NICU as my family was home on spring break. As my kids were…

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