Last year, more than 87,000 babies were born in Arizona and March of Dimes helped each and every one through 76 years of research, vaccines and breakthroughs.
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Kangaroo care is the practice of holding your diapered baby on your bare chest (if you're the father) or between your breasts (if you're the mother), with a blanket draped over your baby's back. This skin-to-skin contact benefits both you and your baby.
The 2015 Nurse of the Year Awards will be held on Saturday, August 29 at the Camelback Inn. Finalists will be announced to the public on Friday, June 5. Winners will be announced the night of the event!
Are you a middle/high school student who would like to help March of Dimes fulfill its mission of giving every baby a healthy start? We could use your help! If you'd like to start a FUN-Raiser at your school to help babies, please call or email Heather Peloquin at 602-287-9938.