Shortness of Breath During Pregnancy

Throughout your pregnancy, you’re likely to experience shortness of breath. This is natural and generally poses no health risk to you or your baby,...

Week by Week Pregnancy Symptoms

Pregnancy symptoms can start as early as four weeks following conception. Symptoms vary from woman to woman, and your second pregnancy may even have...

Prenatal Nutrition During Pregnancy (Infographic)

Staying healthy during pregnancy can sometimes feel like a full-time job. Monitoring physical and hormonal changes, exercising, doctor visits and, of course, eating right...

Pregnancy Ultrasound Schedule by Week

One of the first questions to pop into an expectant mother’s mind is, “when do I get to see my baby?!” While not every...

Risks of Dehydration in Pregnancy

Proper hydration ensures your body has sufficient fluids to carry out its normal functions. If you’re pregnant, your body is working overtime supplying nutrients...

Neonatal Pediatric Transport

Neonatologists Kimberly Shimer, MD and Edward O'Neill, MD describe the process of neonatal pediatric transport, a type of special transportation for newborn children that helps to maintain a healthy body temperature and vital signs for infants.

Family-Centered Care in the NICU

Neonatologist Arvin Bundhoo, MD, describes how the neonatal unit's specially trained staff provides comprehensive, multi-specialty care to newborns, around the clock and in a family integrated care in the NICU environment.

The Importance of Well-Baby Visits

Pediatrician Sarah Thayer, MD, discusses well-child visit guidelines, including the importance of well-baby visits, what to expect during the examination, and how often to bring your child in to see the doctor.

5 Facts About Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a condition in which a child is affected by exposure to alcohol during the mother’s pregnancy. Alcohol enters the...

Why is Breastfeeding Important?

Breastfeeding provides benefits for both mother and baby. Learn more about the importance and health benefits of breastfeeding from lactation specialist Amanda Prow.

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Helping Patients Prepare for Pregnancy in Louisville, Kentucky

Women preparing to conceive generally plan 6-12 months ahead and are strongly advised to meet with their doctor. Learn more about what to know before getting pregnant from Baptist Health.

5 Different Breastfeeding Positions For Your Newborn

In this article, you’ll find: Getting Started: Steps & Tips For Breastfeeding Positioning Lying Down Breastfeeding Positions Laid Back Side Lying Upright Breastfeeding Positions ...

How to Get Rid of Newborn Baby Hiccups: 5 Tips

  When a newborn hiccups after nursing, it may seem cute at first and leave you wondering, “Why do newborns get hiccups?”. But if your...