Some babies are born before they are fully developed, and ready for the world.

Topics in prematurity include:

  • car seats for premature babies
  • growth and development of premature infants
  • infant massage
  • low birth weight
  • overstimulation
  • respiratory distress syndrome or RDS in preemies
  • visual motor function and prematurity

More information

Breastfeeding Tips - English | Spanish

Brothers and Sisters of NICU Baby - English | Spanish

Car Seats for Small Infants - English | Spanish

Care of Your Baby’s Uncircumcised Penis - English

Chin Tuck for Bottle Drinking - English | Spanish

Circumcision Care - English | Spanish

Cord Care - English | Spanish

Corrected Age - English | Spanish

Feeding Your Infant - EnglishSpanish

Help Your Baby with Stress - English | Spanish

How Much is That? Metric Conversion Tables - English | Spanish

How to Bathe Your Premature or Sick Baby - English | Spanish

How to Care for Your Baby's Circumcision - English

How to Care for Your Premature Baby's Skin - EnglishSpanish

How to Help Your Infant Feed While in the Hospital - English | Spanish

How to Make Milk Until Your Baby Can Breastfeed - English | Spanish

How to Make More Breastmilk - English | Spanish

How to Use the Dr. Brown Bottle - English | Spanish

How to Use the Special Needs Feeder - English | Spanish

Kangaroo Holding - EnglishSpanish

Salt Water or Sodium Chloride (NaCl) - English | Spanish

Uncircumcised Care - English | Spanish

Using Oxygen at Home - EnglishSpanish

Whether or Not to Circumcise - English | Spanish

Visit these websites for more information:

Definition: Premature InfantU.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health

Preterm Labor and Birth - National Institute of Child Health & Human Development

Your premature baby - March of Dimes

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