January is National Birth Defect Prevention Month

 In the United States, a baby is born with a birth defect every 4 ½ minutes. Some infections before and during pregnancy can hurt both mothers and their babies. All mothers can prevent infections to protect their babies by properly preparing food, talking to their healthcare provider, protecting themselves from animals and insects known to carry diseases, and maintaining good hygiene. Learn more: www.nbdpn.org #Better4YouBetter4Baby

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The Benefits of Membership

  • Active representation & promotion of perinatal interests in the State Legislature
  • Participation in committees & task forces to influence quality of care for mothers & infants in our State
  • Networking with key people & organizations that can impact perinatal health
  • Decreased registration rates at regional educational conferences
  • Participation in community service Projects
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Save the Date!  El Paso Annual Conference

 Mark your calendars for Friday, April 24th, 2020.  Click here for more information and to sign up for a vendor exhibition booth or to submit an abstract for a poster or podium presentation.