• 7 Reasons To Store Your Baby’s Cord Blood with Genecord

    If you’ve spent time shopping for a cord blood bank, you know that there are many options to choose from. But when it comes to selecting a provider to trust with your family’s health, you want the very best. Here are 7 reasons to choose Genecord as your cord blood bank. 1) Best Customer Service …

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  • Unique Gifts for the Expectant Mother

    The Holidays are quickly approaching and, like most people, you are probably scrambling to cross those last few names off your gift list. If you are shopping for an expectant mother this Holiday season, there are alternatives to buying yet another a cute outfit for the baby. Instead of the normal baby gear, consider giving …

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  • Monitoring Your Baby’s Health

    New parents know how tricky it can be to make sure that babies have everything they need. One day your little one will be old enough to talk and can tell you just what is wrong, whether it is a too-cold room or a tummy ache. But while your little one is still too small …

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  • Getting Ready to Bring Baby Home

    Bringing a baby into the world is by no means effortless, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that bringing a baby into your home is also a challenge. From buying a crib to painting the nursery, making your home baby-ready takes a lot of preparation. Set Up the Nursery Think about where you want …

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  • Leukemia Types and Treatments

    Thousands of people are diagnosed with leukemia every year in the United States. Leukemia is a form of cancer that affects white blood cell production in the body. Leukemia cells and leukemic blast cells are produced by bone marrow, and they inhibit the production of healthy white blood cells. And because leukemia cells can accumulate …

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  • 4 Reasons to Store Your Child’s Cord Blood

    While medical researchers and physicians have been lauding the application of cord blood stem cells in numerous cancer and disease therapies for years, the practice of collecting and storing umbilical cord blood is becoming more accepted and practical than ever. Families everywhere now have the opportunity to have their newborn baby’s cord blood collected and …

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  • Regenerative Medicine: Stem Cell Therapy as the Future of Medicine

    According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human services1, regenerative medicine “has the potential to develop therapies for previously untreatable diseases and conditions . . . [including] diabetes, heart disease, renal failure, osteoporosis, and spinal cord injuries.” When you encounter an illness or sustain an injury, your body tissues can be damaged. For example, …

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  • Epigenetics and Pregnancy: How Your Choices Shape Your Baby’s Future

    Conventional wisdom and medical recommendations propose a host of guidelines for pregnant women. Some of the most well-known pieces of advice include: abstaining from drinking alcohol and smoking avoiding stress taking folic acid exercising regularly Now scientists are discovering even more reasons to follow the doctor’s orders. All of these things effect your unborn baby’s …

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  • 2 Must-Have Pregnancy Apps for Busy Moms

    Every day of your pregnancy, changes are happening inside your body (and to your body) as your baby develops. You may have a friend or a few pregnancy books and websites that are your go-to resources for questions and support during this exciting time. But what do you access when you’re on the go? Consider …

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  • New Technology to Make Parenthood Dreams a Reality

    If you and your partner are trying to conceive a child, you may be aware of kits, devices, and even smartphone apps that help women test and track their fertility and ovulation so that they can plan intercourse around optimum fertility windows. These types of tools are great aids in helping men and women become …

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