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Summer 2013 7.28mb
Tracking the effects of prenatal alcohol exposure

Spring 2013 1.5mb
Support for Breastfeeding

Summer 2012 3.6mb
Chronic Disease and Reproductive Health

Spring 2012 3.2mb
Pardon our Dust... We're Still here and Growing!

Fall 2011 5.5mb
Premature Births

Summer 2011 2.5mb
Pregnancy and Drug Abouse: Marijuana, Cocaine, Heroin

Spring 2011 2.36mb
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, Home Visiting Programs Improve Outcomes

Winter 2011 5.29mb
What's New with WIC

Winter 2010 5.2mb
STD's and Pregnancy

Spring 2010 5.2mb
New York State Medicaid Prenatal Care Standards, Text 4 Baby

Summer 2010 2.72mb
Recommendations to Improve Preconception Health and Health Care in the United States, Important Message from CEO

Fall 2010 3.78mb
Back to the Beginning: Obesity Prevention in Early Childhood, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo Awards Grant

Spring 2009 5.12mb
Back to Sleep, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (sids), Celebration of Families on April 3, 2009 Event Overview

Summer 2009 4.08mb
Gum Disease & Pre-Term, Low Birth Weight Babies, Great Baby Beginnings on June 19th, 2009 Event Overview

Fall 2009 3.3mb
Pregnant Women and Novel Influenza (HIN1 and Swine Flu)
Erie County WIC Sites

Winter 2008 2.38mb
Cesarean Birth, NY State Senate Bill #A7674A

Spring 2008 .690mb
Folic Acid, Services of the International Institute of Buffalo

Summer 2008 1.4mb
Prevention of Infant Vision Disorders, Recap of the 2008 Great Baby Beginnings Event

Fall 2008 .855mb
The Abandoned Infant Protection Act of NY State, Lead Poisoning

Winter 2007 2.16mb
Pregnancy and Domestic Violence

Spring 2007 1.84mb
When a Baby Dies, Western NY Prenatal Bereavement Network (WNYPBN)

Summer 2007 .730mb
Food Safety for Moms-To-Be, Mercury in Fish and Shellfish

Fall 2007 3.25mb
Improving Pregnancy Related Outcomes for Women and Infants: The Rationale for Preconception Care, Child Health Day October 1st

Summer 2006 .988mb
Maternal Depression

Fall 2006 2.0mb
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders


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