Already this year 13 babies were admitted to Mercy’s NICU because they required medication to ease withdrawals, which was last year’s total.
Attorney Albert Watkins says his client’s child was born in Homer G. Phillips Hospital, not City Hospital where the adoption records state.
The effort to get answers about possible stolen babies at a long-closed St. Louis hospital now includes another department in the city – the Recorder of Deeds office where public records are kept.
Now, many black mothers are wondering if their babies born at this hospital are still alive.
Many black women who were told decades ago that their babies died at birth at a St. Louis hospital are now wondering if their children are still alive.
Eighteen black women who were told decades ago that their babies had died at a St. Louis hospital are now wondering if the children could have been taken from them still very much alive.
“If a baby gets the measles, it could be absolutely devastating,” says SLU Care pediatrician Dr. Ken Haller. “That’s why it’s just really incumbent on everyone to make sure that anyone who can get vaccinated, does get vaccinated.”
“I used to say patients’ average-sized babies [were] about 7.5 pounds and I now say it’s upper sevens or eight-ish,” says Dr. Michael Boyd, Chief of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Mercy Hospital.
This morning we talked with Jessica Denae who wrote the “Hot Mom’s” handbooks. She goes over the baby craze that seems to be sweeping the globe. Political analyst Lionel joins us to talk about the […]
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