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Zika Virus Isn't the Only One to Fear, 'Gastroschisis' Birth Defect on the Rise - What You Need to Know - Latinos Health;

Zika Virus Isn't the Only One to Fear, 'Gastroschisis' Birth Defect on the Rise - What You Need to Know - Latinos Health

Latinos HealthZika Virus Isn't the Only One to Fear, 'Gastroschisis' Birth Defect on the Rise - What You Need to KnowLatinos HealthXINING, CHINA - MAY 17: (CHINA OUT) A doctor holds the hand of a newly born baby who is receiving drip infusion at Xining Children Hospital on May 17, 2006 in Xining of Qinghai Province, China. Chinese population experts are predicting a mini-baby ...and more »

CDC: increasing rate of gastroschisis seen in US - Medical Xpress;

CDC: increasing rate of gastroschisis seen in US - Medical Xpress

Medical XpressCDC: increasing rate of gastroschisis seen in USMedical Xpress(HealthDay)—The birth defect gastroschisis among U.S. infants has increased over the past 18 years, according to research published in the Jan. 22 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.and more »

Birth Defect Gastroschisis Causes Organs of Babies to Squeeze Out - CDA News;

Birth Defect Gastroschisis Causes Organs of Babies to Squeeze Out - CDA News

CDA NewsBirth Defect Gastroschisis Causes Organs of Babies to Squeeze OutCDA NewsA serious birth defect called gastroschisis, which causes the intestines and other internal organs of babies to squeeze out of a small hole near their belly buttons, is on the rise. Experts are baffled by the cause of the sharp increase in the rate of ...and more »

More babies are being born with intenstines outside their bodies, CDC says - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette;

More babies are being born with intenstines outside their bodies, CDC says - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh Post-GazetteMore babies are being born with intenstines outside their bodies, CDC saysPittsburgh Post-GazetteWhen Brooke gave birth, she wasn't able to hold her newborn daughter against her, or feel the baby's tiny chest rise and fall as she issued her first, tremendous wail. She got only a brief glimpse of Anna before the baby was whisked away into surgery.and more »

More babies are being born with organs outside their bodies - AOL News;

More babies are being born with organs outside their bodies - AOL News

AOL NewsMore babies are being born with organs outside their bodiesAOL NewsMore and more babies are being born with a condition that causes their intestines to be born outside of their bodies, and officials aren't sure why. READ MORE: 35 restaurants busted for lacing food with opium · Gastroschisis is a rare birth defect in ...and more »

More babies than ever being born with organs outside their body - Globalnews.ca;

More babies than ever being born with organs outside their body - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.caMore babies than ever being born with organs outside their bodyGlobalnews.caIn 2005, Ashley was born with her intestines outside of her body. The newborn's life was filled with surgeries, special transfusions and antibiotics to keep her alive. CDC Supplied photo. What is this? Sponsored content is written by Global News ...and more »

More Babies Are Being Born With Organs Outside Their Bodies; Experts Have No Answers - NDTV

More Babies Are Being Born With Organs Outside Their Bodies; Experts Have No AnswersNDTVCases of a rare birth defect that causes internal organs to protrude from a hole in the belly have jumped 30 percent in recent years, the CDC says. When Brooke gave birth, she wasn't able to hold her newborn daughter against her, or feel the baby's ...and more »

Rare Birth Defect Is Causing Babies To Be Born With Intestines OUTSIDE: CDC - Counsel & Heal;

Rare Birth Defect Is Causing Babies To Be Born With Intestines OUTSIDE: CDC - Counsel & Heal

Counsel & HealRare Birth Defect Is Causing Babies To Be Born With Intestines OUTSIDE: CDCCounsel & HealAn increasing number of babies in the US are born with their organs outside the body but the birth defect remains a mystery. According to The New York Times, the condition called gastroschisis causes babies to be born with intestines outside the abdomen.and more »

Babies born with organs outside their bodies up by a third - UPI.com;

Babies born with organs outside their bodies up by a third - UPI.com

UPI.comBabies born with organs outside their bodies up by a thirdUPI.comResearchers are unsure why cases of the rare condition have increased in frequency so much during the last two decades. By Stephen Feller | Jan. 22, 2016 at 1:13 PM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter. About 2,000 babies are ...and more »

Sharp rise in potentially fatal birth defect that causes a baby's intestines to grow THROUGH the stomach wall - Daily Mail;

Sharp rise in potentially fatal birth defect that causes a baby's intestines to grow THROUGH the stomach wall - Daily Mail

Daily MailSharp rise in potentially fatal birth defect that causes a baby's intestines to grow THROUGH the stomach wallDaily MailA serious birth defect in which a baby's intestines protrude from its stomach wall is on the rise, according to health experts. Cases of the defect – called gastroschisis – 'more than doubled' in the US over the past 18 years, the Centers for Disease ...and more »

Researchers puzzled over why more babies being born with organs outside the body - Fox News;

Researchers puzzled over why more babies being born with organs outside the body - Fox News

Fox NewsResearchers puzzled over why more babies being born with organs outside the bodyFox NewsAnna, Avery, Genevieve, Ian: Those are a handful of the names of American children with gastroschisis— whereby the intestines are born outside of the body, protruding from a hole beside the belly button— and who are featured in a new story series ...and more »

More Babies Are Being Born With Organs Outside Their Body - TIME;

More Babies Are Being Born With Organs Outside Their Body - TIME

TIMEMore Babies Are Being Born With Organs Outside Their BodyTIMEIt's something no parent ever wants to experience: having an infant born with organs outside his or her body, and being immediately whisked off to surgery. But it's something more and more are having to face as a disturbing increase in the number of ...and more »

Serious Birth Defect Of Abdominal Wall On The Rise, Reports CDC - Tech Times;

Serious Birth Defect Of Abdominal Wall On The Rise, Reports CDC - Tech Times

Tech TimesSerious Birth Defect Of Abdominal Wall On The Rise, Reports CDCTech TimesA new study conducted by the CDC has found that more and more babies in the United States are born with the serious congenital defect known as gastroschisis. People with the condition have a hole in their stomach wall at birth, causing their internal ...and more »

Serious birth defect on the rise, CDC researchers say - CNN;

Serious birth defect on the rise, CDC researchers say - CNN

CNNSerious birth defect on the rise, CDC researchers sayCNN(CNN) An increasing number of babies are being born with a serious birth defect, gastroschisis, and it's got scientists concerned. The condition causes the intestines, and sometimes organs such as the liver and stomach, to poke through a newborn's ...and more »

More Babies Are Being Born With Intestines Outside Their Bodies - Newsy;

More Babies Are Being Born With Intestines Outside Their Bodies - Newsy

NewsyMore Babies Are Being Born With Intestines Outside Their BodiesNewsyScientists don't know why the U.S. has seen a spike in babies born with a condition that causes their intestines to form outside their bodies. ShareTweetEmail · SMS. Flash plugin failed to load. Share Video.and more »

ICYMI: CDC Says Bizarre Birth Defect on the Rise - Laboratory Equipment;

ICYMI: CDC Says Bizarre Birth Defect on the Rise - Laboratory Equipment

Laboratory EquipmentICYMI: CDC Says Bizarre Birth Defect on the RiseLaboratory EquipmentWelcome to Laboratory Equipment's Friday series, In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), where we bring you three trending news stories from the week. Bizarre Birth Defect on the Rise, and Researchers are Baffled. Photo: CDC. Physicians are seeing more ...and more »

Gastroschisis Rates Rising, and No One Knows Why - MedPage Today

Gastroschisis Rates Rising, and No One Knows WhyMedPage TodayGastroschisis, a serious birth defect in which babies are born with intestines protruding through the abdominal wall, has mysteriously been increasing across all demographics, but particularly among teenage black mothers, the CDC reported. The agency ...and more »

More babies are being born with organs outside their bodies, and experts have no idea why - Washington Post;

More babies are being born with organs outside their bodies, and experts have no idea why - Washington Post

Washington PostMore babies are being born with organs outside their bodies, and experts have no idea whyWashington PostWhen Brooke gave birth, she wasn't able to hold her newborn daughter against her, feel the baby's tiny chest rise and fall as it issued its first, tremendous wail. Instead, she got only a brief glimpse of her child, Anna, before the little girl was ...and more »

US Faces More Cases of Gastroschisis - Capital Wired;

US Faces More Cases of Gastroschisis - Capital Wired

Capital WiredUS Faces More Cases of GastroschisisCapital WiredThe number of gastroschisis cases among teen African-American mother has increased by 250 percent in the last 18 years. According to a new report issued by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more children are born with a severe birth defect ...and more »

Bizarre birth defect is on the rise, and researchers are baffled - Los Angeles Times;

Bizarre birth defect is on the rise, and researchers are baffled - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesBizarre birth defect is on the rise, and researchers are baffledLos Angeles TimesPhysicians are seeing more instances of a birth defect in which infants are born with their intestines extruding from the stomach wall, with a particularly sharp rise among babies born to young African American mothers, according to the Centers for ...and more »