The United States is now home to more than three times the number of newborns born with congenital heart defects than at any time since the 1980s, a dramatic increase in the number that can be devastating to their lives.
But even though we know we are doing far more to help the new mothers who need it most, the issue of the future of our country’s newborn population is still a sensitive one.
In an exclusive interview with Crypto Coins, Dr. Sarah Gagnon, CEO of the International Center for the Study of Heart Failure, an expert in heart disease and related conditions at the University of Pennsylvania, said we need to look to the future for the future’s future.
“The first generation is still growing, but it’s a very young cohort.
And that’s why we need more attention to the first generation,” Gagnons said.
We need to continue to focus on them as our first generation, because they are a really vulnerable population.
They are still going to be exposed to a lot of new things.
And I think the best way to protect them from that is to focus our attention on the first-generation.
“Gagnon spoke with Crypto Coin’s Sami Doudi about how the number one priority for pregnant women should be getting pregnant and caring for their newborns.
Here is the full interview with Dr. Gagnont, as posted on November 1, 2018:Dr. Sarah C. Gaggan, Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, and the founding director of the Albert E. Einstein Center for Obstetricians and Gyniscians (EECOG), and a former President of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, said the United States continues to do a poor job of providing optimal care for newborns, and that a critical part of the problem is that women are choosing to continue their pregnancies at home instead of being able to return to the doctor.”
In many parts of the country, we have the highest rates of birth defects in the industrialized world.
And we know that the primary reason is because we are not providing optimal neonatal care,” Gaggin said.”
What we have been able to do is to improve maternal and newborn health in the United State, and we need better care for these women.
“This is the single biggest public health challenge we face,” Gaggins said.
“It’s going to require more investment, and it’s going do a much better job at providing adequate care for all the women who are pregnant or who have recently given birth.”
When we start to recognize that we are the primary risk factor for birth defects, we are going to have a much bigger opportunity to reduce the risk of the first birth defects that we see.
We have been doing very well at reducing birth defects.
I think that we have gotten a lot better.
We’ve got a lot to do.
“Gaggan said the current maternal and neonatal mortality rate is one of the highest in the world.
She noted that even though the U.S. now has some of the lowest rates of infant mortality in the developed world, that is because of the early pregnancy and childbirth interventions that we do, such as maternal nutrition, early prenatal care, and other strategies.”
We have a lot more work to do, and I think it’s time to really make that investment in maternal health and to be willing to do more,” Gagson said.
When we look at the first three generations of our children, we know the birth rate has gone down, and in fact, the maternal mortality rate has decreased dramatically, but we still have a significant percentage of our first-borns that are still born with some sort of birth defect.”
If we are to have the best chance of protecting our newborns and improving the lives of their parents, we need all of our women to have access to optimal care,” she said.
Gaggans comments on the growing maternal mortality rates in the U, and what is needed to help women protect their babies and children from the devastating consequences of heart disease are featured in this exclusive interview.
Gagnons remarks on the increasing maternal mortality and birth defects rates in her country, and why we must take care of the women and their babies as the first priority of our society are featured here.