Waiting To Pick Your Baby’s Name Raises The Risk For Medical Mistakes

Waiting To Pick Your Baby’s Name Raises The Risk For Medical Mistakes

By Katherine Hobson

If parents don’t have a name teed up, hospitals often give babies temporary ones, like Babygirl. But those generic names can be dangerously confusing, especially in the neonatal intensive care unit.

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