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Butter chicken served with Homemade Indian Naan Bread / Murgh Makhani

Recipe Corner: Slow Cooker Chicken Tikka Masala

A fun and simple way to gain bites of nutrition knowledge on a daily basis is through the free app, eaTipster. Created by the Dietitians of Canada,  eaTipster serves up daily tips about food and nutrition straight to your mobile device.  Additionally, eaTipster provides links to research and fabulous recipes to help keep you on […]

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Specialized Care for NICU Babies & Families

*Parts of this blog post were taken from our original blog post, written by Jim Helm and James Perciaccante, MD. Parents and caregivers recognize the importance and impact that developmental care has on the health and development of premature babies. The Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP) is an approach to providing developmentally supportive care to infants […]

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National Certified Nurses Day

As we celebrate National Certified Nurses Day and our 41.26% of WakeMed Nurses who hold specialty certifications, I want to share some resources that can support your own certification journey and thank the WakeMed Foundation and employee donors who help support these efforts each year. Because of dollars donated to the Helton Scholarship Endowment & […]

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Understanding Miscarriage

As an Ob-Gyn, among the most devastating news I can share with my patient is that they are experiencing a miscarriage or stillbirth. What is a miscarriage? A miscarriage is any pregnancy loss that occurs during the first 20 weeks of the pregnancy, which is around the 5th month.  Even though there is some awareness […]

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