A Ft. Myers mother and daughter gave birth to babies on the same day in the same hospital.
A 47-year old Miami woman gave birth to triplets .
We all know that tourism is the lifeblood of South Florida. But tonight, CBS4 Investigates… and we’ve uncovered a new kind of tourism that is promoting a shortcut to getting American Citizenship. It’s called Birth Tourism: women coming to the U.S. specifically to give birth. It’s all perfectly legal. And as we discovered… the Russians have turned it into a booming business right in our backyard.
The partial shutdown of the federal government may soon affect low-income mothers and their infants.
A new maternity screening test allows expectant mothers to learn more about their unborn babies earlier, but some fear it may cause more women to terminate pregnancies when babies are shown to have disabilities.
Breastfeeding advocates have long touted the benefits of a mother’s milk. It provides antibodies that formula doesn’t and can even ward off illnesses down the road. But, producing or passing that milk onto a baby is not possible for all mothers. Now there’s a solution in Miami. It is Florida’s first nonprofit milk depot.
It was a day of celebration at Mount Sinai Medical Center, babies, toddlers and young adults gathered at the 17th annual “Preemie Party” to give thanks to the doctors and nurses who saved their lives.
Wrap your little bundles of joy at the best baby clothing stores in Miami.
Florida’s infants are surviving life-threatening diseases at its highest rate on record.
The trend of waiting to have children later in life is becoming more and more popular. Increasingly, women are wanting a career before they focus on a family. CBS4’s Cynthia Demos looks at the risks and benefits of being an older mom.