Date: April 14, 2015

Parents whos children are in the NICU have enough to worry about – and feeling even more stressed out about time and interaction being limited with their little one shouldn’t be added to the list. Find out how this new school of thought benefites these precious preemies and parents.

“The idea is to put parents in charge for at least eight hours a day of taking care of their babies in the neonatal intensive care unit, or NICU. Typically, babies born prematurely, who might weigh little more than a pound, are considered too fragile for anyone but highly trained doctors and nurses to care for.”

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