10 Resources Worth Checking Out

Get more prep with these helpful resources that will guide you through your high-risk pregnancy or premature delivery.
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Mar 2017
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Looking to learn more about your high-risk pregnancy or premature delivery? Read on for a list of helpful books and official resources on the web.

Books to Read

1. The Preemie Primer, by Dr. Jennifer Gunter
$11.53; Buy it now >>

2. Your High-Risk Pregnancy: A Practical and Supportive Guide, by Errol Norwitz
$16.95; Buy it now >>

3. The Premature Baby Book: Everything You Need to Know About Your Premature Baby from Birth to Age One, by Dr. Sears
$15.95; Buy it now >>

4. The High-Risk Pregnancy Sourcebook, by Denise M. Chism
from $4.99; Buy it now >>

5. The Preemie Parents’ Companion, by Susan L. Madden, M.S.
$16.95; Buy it now >>

Official Resources on the Web

1. American Pregnancy Association — AmericanPregnancy.org

2. March of Dimes — MarchofDimes.com

3. American Academy of Pediatrics — AAP.org

4. American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists — ACOG.org

5. Preemie Care — PreemieCare.org

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