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Latest Stillbirth Stories

2014-01-07 23:00:10

Dr. Jason H. Collins investigates umbilical cord accidents’ role in stillborn deliveries. New Roads, La.

2013-11-29 13:20:33

New research shows that pre-existing diabetes in pregnant women greatly increases the risk of death of their unborn fetus by around four-and-a-half times compared with pregnant women without diabetes, and also almost doubles the risk of death of infants after birth.

2013-11-12 09:10:29

A promising technology may enable doctors to diagnose and possibly treat in utero a common cause of stillbirth and sudden death in infants.

2013-09-25 23:37:47

Rhinebeck-based organization provides free, comprehensive online portal for men and women experiencing infant loss.

2013-09-17 23:02:13

An average-Joe father has written a distinctive book about his experience with stillbirth to help other dads cope with and gain hope after their tragic loss.

2013-07-24 23:29:34

The Louisville, Kentucky personal injury law firm of Brett H.

2013-04-10 16:19:52

In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers from the United States and Europe discovered genetic mutations associated with long QT syndrome (LQTS), a genetic abnormality in the heart's electrical system, in a small number of intrauterine fetal deaths.

2013-04-10 13:28:52

In a molecular genetic evaluation involving 91 cases of intrauterine fetal death, mutations associated with susceptibility to long QT syndrome (LQTS; a heart disorder that increases the risk for an irregular heartbeat and other adverse events) were discovered in a small number of these cases, preliminary evidence that may provide insights into the mechanism of some intrauterine fetal deaths.

2013-03-26 11:15:26

Pregnant women in Ghana who slept on their back (supine sleep) were at an increased risk of stillbirth compared to women who did not sleep on their back.


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  • A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.
Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.