The Link Between C-Section Complication and Cerebral Palsy

Posted on April 7th, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

The Link Between C-Section Complication and Cerebral Palsy Every expectant mother hopes for a safe delivery of their infant, free of complications. Unfortunately, things can wrong in the delivery room. A natural birth can become an emergency and, anytime an infant is delivered via cesarean section, the stakes go up. Too many newborns are affected […]

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Can Breakthroughs in Stem Cell Research Treat Cerebral Palsy?

Posted on January 10th, 2018 by Gerald Thurswell

Can Cerebral Palsy Stem Cell Research Treat Cerebral Palsy? All expectant parents are provided with information about cord blood banking. Those who choose to store umbilical cord blood have the option to call on this resource in the future to potentially help treat blood or immune system diseases that their children may develop. Now, revolutionary […]

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Comedian Maysoon Zayid: Putting a Face on Cerebral Palsy

Posted on December 26th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Comedian Maysoon Zayid: Putting a Face on Cerebral Palsy Maysoon Zayid is a successful comedian and actress. Her TED Talk has over eight million views. For all intents and purposes, she is a typical, thriving entertainer – with one exception. She has cerebral palsy. At the start of her Talk, Zayid addressed her birth injury, […]

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Is Cerebral Palsy Always Diagnosed at Birth?

Posted on December 19th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Cerebral Palsy Diagnosis Steps Was your child taken to the NICU right after birth? Did you experience a complicated or emergency delivery? In situations like these, severe side effects due to lack of oxygen or negligent delivery techniques will make it clear that your child has suffered a preventable but irreversible birth injury trauma: cerebral […]

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Placental Abruption, High Blood Pressure, And The Risk For Recurrence

Posted on October 13th, 2015 by Gerald Thurswell

A study examining single-baby pregnancies of women in the Netherlands recently found those who suffered a placental abruption, when the placenta peels away from the inner wall of the uterus before delivery — either partially or completely, have an increased risk of a repeat abruption in a subsequent pregnancy. The study also factored in the […]

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