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Thank you to our Greater Cincinnati/N. Kentucky March for Babies fundraisers who participated in the pre-game parade at Great American Ball Park. We had so much fun walking alongside you and cheering on the Cincinnati Reds !

Moms, how long did you pump? What helped you keep up with it, or forced you to stop earlier than you wanted to?

Insufficient legal protections and indifferent workplaces have caused many women to fall short of pediatric guidelines.

Two medicines are approved for treating the flu in pregnant women. Find out more - this flu season has been particularly bad and shows no signs of letting up soon.

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When you sign up online for March for Babies and raise $100 by Feb. 28, you'll get this magnetic frame with our thanks. Perfect for keeping your March for Babies memories on display all year long. Register:

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Today we build on the 80 year legacy started by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. This President’s Day, we celebrate his vision to bring together people and science, and we are proud to continue his commitment to children and families. Because now, more than ever, moms and babies need a champion.

Franklin D. Roosevelt led the U.S. through a depression and a world war. By the time he died, the nation was profoundly changed — and we owe much of the change to him and his bold presidency...

What should you look for in a prenatal vitamin?

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We're proud to help bring support and comfort to families in the NICU. If you are/were a NICU parent, what simple acts of kindness made a big impact on you during your journey?

The March of Dimes serves as a beacon of hope for babies and parents.

In this country black women have maternal death rates over three times higher than women of other ethnicities. With your support, we’re working to level the playing field so that all moms and babies are healthy.

We can’t solve America’s maternal-health problem without first acknowledging how racism harms black moms.

March for Babies is a day for everyone. For moms, dads, grandparents, friends, coworkers and everyone in between. Together we hope, remember and celebrate at our walk sites nationwide. March with us.

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In this country, 1 in 10 babies is born prematurely each year. We’re proud to connect moms and dads and provide a safe and comforting online community at Share Your Story.

While being a new parent is stressful, little is known about how dads deal with it. A new study offers insight into paternal stress with preemies.

With your support, we fund scientific research to improve the health of moms and babies. In spite of many advances in treatment, heart defects remain the leading cause of birth defect-related infant deaths. Today's March of Dimes grantees are pursuing a variety of approaches aimed at preventing heart defects and improving their treatment. #CHDawareness

Find out how March of Dimes grantees have advanced diagnosis and surgical treatment of heart defects in infants and children.

What would you write in a love note to your child this Valentine’s Day?

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Every baby deserves to grow up and be a champion! What would your littlest Team USA member win a gold medal for right now? Best hair? Loudest laugh? Cutest smile? #Olympics Photo = Instagram @menzeltwins

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Check out these seven benefits of exercise during pregnancy. Ask your healthcare provider if exercising during pregnancy is safe for you.

Dos & don'ts of exercise during pregnancy

For months, you didn't give up. You emailed and called and Congress finally listened! On Friday, Congress added another four years of funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which means that the program is now funded for 10 years, the longest extension in its history. You were willing to speak out, and families are going to be healthier thanks to you. You're our hero!

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While it's pretty difficult to eradicate germs when it comes to toddlers or kids, there are several things you can do to protect your baby from catching the flu from an older sibling.

If you've recently brought home a new baby to join your family, you're probably very familiar of the risk of germs to a tiny person's immune system. Winter is an impossibly difficult time to bring home a brand new baby, because the threat of colds an…

Exciting news! When you register for March for Babies and raise $100 before February 28, we'll send you a March of Dimes frame magnet as a token of our thanks. Perfect for a team photo! Veteran walkers, post a photo of a past event to inspire our newest participants!

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