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Moms’ Health Matters

If you’re pregnant or recently had a baby, feeling sad or depressed is common. Up to 1 in 7 women feel this way. There is help available!  Call 1800-522-5006 (TTY 1800-655-1789) or visit NICHD ...

BPPN NURTURING FATHERS PROGRAM

MEETINGS HELD EVERY THURSDAY BEGINNIG: APRIL 19TH, 2018 ENDING: JULY 12TH , 2018 TIME: 5:45 – 8:00 PM Location: Delavan Grider...

How unsafe sleep conditions killed 31 Onondaga County infants

Thirty one infants in Onondaga County, enough to fill a kindergarten class, died over the last seven years after parents accidentally rolled over them in bed or put them in other unsafe sleep conditions, according to the Onondaga County Child Fatality Review Team.

Buffalo Prenatal-Perinatal Network (BPPN) is seeking nominations!

Buffalo Prenatal-Perinatal Network (BPPN) is seeking nominations for our annual Great Baby Beginnings event to be held on July 26, 2017. Below and attached is more information. In advance we appreciate your nomination and sharing this information with others in the...

D’Youville research: Breast-feeding helps moms, too

Briana Jegier, assistant professor in the Department of Health Services Administration at D'Youville College, is co-author of a new study that shows breast-feeding is critical to mother's health. Read the full story on the Buffalo...

National, State and County Specific Perinatal Health Data

The March of Dimes Website can provide free easy access to national, state and county specific perinatal health data. Statistics regarding low birth-weight births, preterm deliveries, infant mortality, prenatal care, and more are available. Access the March of Dimes...

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BPPN NURTURING FATHERS PROGRAM

June 28 @ 5:45 pm - 8:00 pm

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