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  • (Infographic) What to Do If Your Child Has a Seizure
    (Infographic) What to Do If Your Child Has a Seizure

    Seizures and epilepsy are common symptoms of brain-related birth injuries like cerebral palsy or HIE. When new parents witness their child having a seizure for the first time, they tend to panic and ...

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  • The Birth Injury Every Parent Should Know
    The Birth Injury Every Parent Should Know

    When we think of birth injuries, there tends to be a focus on conditions we can see. You might imagine forceps marks, a brachial plexus injury, cerebral palsy, or maternal injuries to name a few. But ...

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  • Dangers of a Delayed C-Section
    Dangers of a Delayed C-Section

    Roughly 1-in-4 US children are born via C-section. Many of these procedures are planned from the start, others are done as a last resort. However, when a doctor waits too long to perform a C-section, ...

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  • A Parent’s Guide to Infant Brain Injuries
    A Parent’s Guide to Infant Brain Injuries

    When your child is diagnosed with a brain injury, you undoubtedly have a lot of questions. How could this happen? How will your child develop compared to other children? What will life look like 10 ...

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  • Treatment Options for Cerebral Palsy
    Treatment Options for Cerebral Palsy

    Cerebral palsy (CP) is a chronic condition. A healthy child who suffers a brain injury during birth could be changed forever. Children with CP will require a lifetime of special care. However, ...

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  • Can Birth Injuries Result in Cerebral Palsy?
    Can Birth Injuries Result in Cerebral Palsy?

    Every year, nearly 10,000 babies born in the US each year exhibit some symptoms of Cerebral Palsy (CP). These are often the result of a birth injury, an injury sustained during delivery that caused ...

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