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Following birth, it is normal for the circumference of a baby to increase in size. On average, a baby’s head circumference will increase around 0.78 inches or two centimeters per
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Because of being too large for their mothers’ birth canals or being in the wrong position or presentation, babies can sometimes get stuck during the labor and delivery process. Doctors
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Epidural injections during labor can help to relieve the pain associated with contractions and delivery. However, some women who received epidurals during labor report back pain that persists for years.
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Many people are seriously injured because of dangerous and defective products that they use as intended. In some cases, people are injured because of products that contain carcinogenic substances that
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Most personal injury claims will only involve compensatory damages. These are monetary awards that are designed to compensate victims for their economic and non-economic losses. However, other types of damages
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Amputations are much more common than many people realize. According to data from the Amputee Coalition, an estimated two million people in the U.S. live with limb loss. Each year,
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Learning that your child has cerebral palsy can be devastating. You might worry about the quality of life your child might enjoy and how long he or she might be
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Cerebral palsy is a lifelong condition that can cause physical and intellectual disabilities. While this condition might be diagnosed several years after birth, that does not mean that people can
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The placenta plays a critical role in ensuring the growing fetus receives the nutrients and oxygen it needs to grow. Most pregnancies progress without any problems involving the placenta. While
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A serious type of birth injury known as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), occurs when the oxygen supply to the baby’s brain is cut off, which can cause damage. Brain injuries from