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FOX 7 Austin
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- New
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
FOX 7 Austin / Posted 7 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice... Read more
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hcam.tv
Mari-Jo C. Harney, of Southborough, MA and formerly of Hopkinton, MA, died peacefully in the com
Mari-Jo C. Harney
hcam.tv / Posted 7 days ago
, of Southborough, MA and formerly of Hopkinton, MA, died peacefully in the comfort of her home on July 24th, 2015, after a battle with cancer. She was surrounded by her loving husband, Joseph, and her sons, Joe, Jake and Justin.... Read more
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FOX 11 News Los Angeles
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- New
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
FOX 11 News Los Angeles / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- New
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 27, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice... Read more
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Philly.com
New Moms Often Get Poor Advice on Baby CareTara Haelle HealthDay Reporter The study was published online July 27 in Pedia
New Moms Often Get Poor Advice on Baby Care
Philly.com / Posted 8 days ago
Tara Haelle HealthDay Reporter The study was published online July 27 in Pediatrics. The researchers surveyed more than 1,000 U.S. mothers. Their children were between 2 months and 6 months old. Researchers asked the mothers what advice they had... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WAFF 48 News Huntsville / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WTOL 11 Toledo
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WTOL 11 Toledo / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WALB Albany
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WALB Albany / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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Fox Wausau
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
Fox Wausau / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
New moms often get poor advice on baby careBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicti
New moms often get poor advice on baby care
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 8 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- New mothers get conflicting advice from medical professionals, family members and the media when it comes to key parenting topics, a recent study found. And that advice often goes against... Read more
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FOX 25 Boston
Mass. terror suspect had troubled pastBOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- The son of a Boston police captain remains in custo
Mass. terror suspect had troubled past
FOX 25 Boston / Posted 20 days ago
BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- The son of a Boston police captain remains in custody, following an appearance in federal court. The FBI says Alexander Ciccolo had a plan to attack a college campus cafeteria with guns and a pressure cooker bomb. On... Read more
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The Columbian
Hospitals' practices on baby names may changeIt’s known by doctors as the “Babyboy, Babygirl” problem. For the millions of
Hospitals' practices on baby names may change
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
It’s known by doctors as the “Babyboy, Babygirl” problem. For the millions of babies born in the United States to parents who are still agonizing over their names or who are so fragile that there’s no time for the paperwork of names before they are... Read more
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FOX 7 Austin
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Usi
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
FOX 7 Austin / Posted 21 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as... Read more
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FOX 26 Houston
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Usi
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
FOX 26 Houston / Posted 21 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, July 13, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Your newborn could be at risk if he or she doesn't have a name at birthWhen babies are born without a name chosen yet by their parents, most hospital
Your newborn could be at risk if he or she doesn't have a name at birth
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
When babies are born without a name chosen yet by their parents, most hospital staffs label children with an identification bracelet and a generic name that includes the gender of the baby and the parent’s last name — like “Babygirl Hobson,”... Read more
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Deseret News
Your newborn could be at risk if he or she doesn't have a name at birthWhen babies are born without a name chosen yet by their parents, most hospital
Your newborn could be at risk if he or she doesn't have a name at birth
Deseret News / Posted 22 days ago
When babies are born without a name chosen yet by their parents, most hospital staffs label children with an identification bracelet and a generic name that includes the gender of the baby and the parent’s last name — like “Babygirl Hobson,”... Read more
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WAFF 48 News Huntsville
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WAFF 48 News Huntsville / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WTOL 11 Toledo
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WTOL 11 Toledo / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WALB Albany
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WALB Albany / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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FOX 11 News Los Angeles
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
FOX 11 News Los Angeles / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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Fox Wausau
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
Fox Wausau / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errorsBy Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names
What's in a name? For newborns, maybe fewer medical errors
WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 22 days ago
By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Using more specific names for newborns may reduce hospital mix-ups by roughly a third, a new study suggests. Hospitals usually identify newborns by generic names such as "Babygirl Jackson" or... Read more
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