Browsing by Subject "Abnormalities, Human"
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(South Carolina State Library, 2016-05)Birth defects are a leading cause of infant mortality. Additionally, babies born with birth defects who survive infancy have a greater chance of illness and long term disability than babies without birth defects. The ...
(South Carolina State Library, 2015-08)This sheet gives steps for reducing birth defects such as: take a multivitamin every day, end bad habits, take charge and reach and maintain a healthy weight.
(South Carolina State Library, 2016-07)The South Carolina Birth Defects Program began in July 2006 after passage of the SC Birth Defects Act. This law mandates active surveillance of major birth defects identified before birth through age 2. South Carolina ...