South Carolina health officials have suspended the license of a birthing center in Fort Mill.
He’s less than two weeks old, but he shows the telltale signs of a baby agitated and in pain: an open sore on his chin where he’s rubbed the skin raw, along with a scratch on his left check. He suffers from so many tremors that he’s been placed in a special area so nurses can watch him around the clock in case he starts seizing —or worse, stops breathing.
(CBS Charlotte) — With all of the medical advances a country like the United States has had over the years, why does our country have the worst survival rate in the industrialized world for newborn […]
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The General Assembly has agreed all North Carolina hospitals should be required to assess newborns for heart defects using an inexpensive test. The bill approved Wednesday would mandate hospitals to administer […]