Kangaroo mother care helps premature babies thrive 20 years later — study – EurekAlert (press release)



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Kangaroo mother care helps premature babies thrive 20 years later — study
EurekAlert (press release)
A trained Kangaroo Mother Care parent or caregiver becomes a child's incubator and its main source of food and stimulation. The technique involves continuous skin-to-skin contact between caregiver and infant, with the baby nested in a "kangaroo
Premature babies: Kangaroo Mother Care confers benefits decades after birthInternational Business Times UK
Infants given skin-to-skin contact with mothers develop better than those placed in incubatorsDaily Mail

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