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Saturday, September 20, 2014

"Detroit area nurses deliver help to new mothers"

Some good news, for a change. A story in The Detroit News from last month.

The Detroit Wayne County Nurse-Family Partnership can be reached by calling Direct: 303.327.4240 , OR Toll-free: 866.864.5226.

"After serious complications with her pregnancy, Murray gave birth to Christian on April 21. He weighed 5 pounds, 2 ounces, and suffers from health problems. But she and her baby receive two to four visits a month — and unlimited phone conversations — with a registered nurse. The visits, research shows, could prolong both of their lives.

"A 20-year study published in JAMA Pediatrics in July found that the Nurse-Family Partnership, which provides low-income first-time moms with regular home visits from nurses with bachelor’s degrees, reduces preventable deaths for mothers and their infants."

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