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Looking at Your Newborn: What's Normal

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Web SitePostpartum Education for Parents (PEP)
http://www.sbpep.orgThis link will open in a new window.
PEP was founded by a group of mothers to offer each other support after the births of their children. PEP is a nonprofit corporation staffed by trained parent volunteers.

Web SiteNeonatal Jaundice
http://www.californiawebsites.com/neo/index.htmlThis link will open in a new window.
This Web site contains information about jaundice, treatment options, and links.

OrganizationAmerican Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
http://www.aap.orgThis link will open in a new window.
The AAP is committed to the health and well-being of infants, adolescents, and young adults. The website offers news articles and tips on health for families.

OrganizationMaternal and Child Health Bureau
http://www.mchb.hrsa.govThis link will open in a new window.
This U.S. government agency is charged with promoting and improving the health of mothers and children.

OrganizationAmerican Academy of Family Physicians
http://familydoctor.orgThis link will open in a new window.
This site, operated by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), provides information on family physicians and health care, a directory of family physicians, and resources on health conditions.

Web SiteBaby's First Test
http://www.babysfirsttest.org/This link will open in a new window.
This site offers comprehensive information and resources about newborn screening at the local, state, and national levels.

Web SiteZero to Three
http://www.zerotothree.orgThis link will open in a new window.
Zero to Three is a national nonprofit organization that promotes the health and development of infants and toddlers.

Web SiteSafe to Sleep
http://www.nichd.nih.gov/sts/Pages/default.aspxThis link will open in a new window.
This safety campaign teaches parents and other caregivers to always place babies on their backs to sleep. Babies who sleep on their backs are much less likely to die of SIDS than are babies who sleep on their stomachs or sides.

OrganizationAmerican Board of Pediatrics (ABP)
http://www.abp.orgThis link will open in a new window.
The ABP website offers verification of pediatricians' certification as well as other information relating to the practice of pediatrics.