In the United States, more than 1 million newborns are born with a condition known as neonatal abstinence syndrome.
This syndrome, which affects the developing brain, is often misdiagnosed as another form of autism, which can lead to the development of other mental and emotional difficulties, including aggression and depression.
This condition, which is typically diagnosed by the age of two, affects about one in every 12,000 births.
However, research is showing that it’s much more common among babies born to older mothers.
The problem is, most neonates are not diagnosed until much later in life.
According to research, more and more neonates develop the condition when they are younger than two years old.
The condition affects the brain and causes problems with attention, communication and social skills.
Research shows that there is no reliable way of knowing if a baby is born with neonatal withdrawal syndrome, because neonates have different symptoms from those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
The symptoms can be confusing, such as hyperactivity, irritability, hyper-reactivity and hyper-activity, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Accordingly, it is often not clear what’s causing the baby to exhibit the symptoms, according the National Academy of Pediatrics.
Nurse day is a time when families can get together and share how they feel about their newborns.
Parents can get support from people who have experience caring for a baby.
Many nurses share their experiences and share their knowledge on how to deal with a baby’s withdrawal symptoms.
To help parents understand how to help a newborn, the National Nurses Association created a resource page called Nurse Day: How to Handle Your Baby’s Neonatal Respiratory Syndrome.
The nurse’s guide explains how to recognize the symptoms of neonatal respiratory syndrome, and how to respond to a newborn’s respiratory distress if he or she shows signs of distress or distress.
It also gives tips on how you can help the newborn, and what you can do to help the baby in recovery.
In addition to providing information on how parents can help their newborn, there are also nurse’s resources available at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Center for Nursing Research (NCRR), the National Center of Nursing Education and Training (NCNET), and the American Association of Neurology (AAN).
These resources will help parents and nurses learn about how to treat a newborn respiratory distress, how to identify and treat respiratory distress in infants, and the signs and symptoms of a newborn that may be presenting with respiratory distress.
For more information about neonatal nursing, visit the National National Center on Nursing Research website.
The article was first published in The New York Times.