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Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is thrilled to be part of the 2018 Mimosa Run, a 2 mile run/walk and a 4 mile race hosted by Social Running Fort Worth. Money raised through this event will benefit…
Katie and Noah from Fayetteville, Arkansas, immediately faced challenges upon their introduction to parenthood. Their daughter, Annie, was severely growth restricted during pregnancy. The placenta…
As a nurse, Sandi understands the value of breastmilk. When working a few shifts per month in her hospital’s NICU, she spoke with moms about breastfeeding and donor milk. Sandi’s work experience with…
Angela knows firsthand how important donor milk can be. After a “normal and healthy” pregnancy, her water broke six weeks early and her son Oliver was born at 34 weeks. His premature arrival had him…
From the very beginning, Ronnie has been a fighter. His mother, Nikki, was admitted to the hospital in her 27thweek of pregnancy due to preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome. Doctors planned to keep Nikki…
Premature birth may be less common today than it was in the past, but it is still a major health problem. In the United States, it is the leading killer of newborns, and preemies are at risk for…
Sandra heard over and over again that she would never be able to have children. When she learned that she was pregnant, she and her husband Jose felt they were receiving a great blessing. However,…