A team of dedicated professionals from the Save Babies Through Screening Foundation has developed this educational film on newborn screening for families which will guide them to an increased understanding of the process, importance and value of newborn screening, and inform them and complement information provided by health care providers. It contains information that could save a baby's life.
Newborn baby bunnies spend most of their day sleeping, and need to stay warm during the cool winter months. They will typically snuggle with other bunnies in their litter to conserve heat. This baby bunny also seems to enjoy the warmth of my tummy.
When Daphne-Louise was born she had a cord prolapse. It's so rare it only happens to about one in a thousand babies. Her mum, Shona, met the emergency doctor who saved her life. "The umbilical cord had been born before Daphne-Louise, so she was obstructing the blood flow and the oxygen to her body, into her brain. So we managed to take Daphne-Louise off the pressure of the cord, and restore the oxygen and the blood flow and get her in safely to King's Lynn, where she could have an emergency Caesarean section."