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Infant-Parent Relationship with Feeding

Parents of infants often evaluate their own competency as parents on how their baby is feeding and achieving growth and development. It’s important to listen to your baby. A method of feeding used in the NICU is called the SOFFI Method©: Supporting Oral Feeding in Fragile Infants. This method is meant to increase positive experiences […]

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March of Dimes – Nathan’s Story

The Davies Family is eastern Idaho’s March for Babies Ambassador Family. Their story teaches us the true meaning of both love and perseverance. Read Melanie Davies’ personal account of their journey for a family; it shows both amazing courage and the extent of a mother’s will and love. Then join us on June 1st for […]

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PICU vs. NICU — What’s the difference?

We can all agree that the acronyms in healthcare are a little daunting. MDs and DOs, not to mention RNs and LPNs. It seems like you have to be a CEO or VIP to know the difference between an ICU and CCU. FYI, we can help. Let’s start with a frequently asked question— what’s the […]

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What to Expect in the NICU

There are few things that are more moving, more beautiful, or more meaningful than the preciousness and serenity of having a newborn baby. As a matter of fact, none come to mind at all. It’s one of the best moments in life. So when there are complications or concerns come up, with the new little […]

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