Press Releases

“High Tea” Fundraising Event

Posted on Nov 17, 2014

Healthy Start Board Member, Ms. Nadja Lieberwirth, Hosts “High Tea” Fundraising Event FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, November 11, 2014: Healthy Start is pleased to announce that our long time Board Member, Ms. Nadja Lieberwirth, has been gracious enough to host a fundraising event with all proceeds to benefit Healthy Start Southwest Florida. Please join us for High Tea at the Wisteria Tea Room & Café (www.wisteriatearoom.com) in Fort Myers’ Downtown River District.  Rejuvenate while enjoying elegant hot and refreshing iced teas not found anywhere else in town.  Savor treats from home-made recipes (where baked goods are all family secrets) with family and friends.  The event...

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High Tea Fundraiser

Posted on Dec 13, 2013

December 2013

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Why 39 Weeks is Worth the Wait – Training Event

Posted on Sep 12, 2013

September 2013

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D’LATINOS, SALUD AL DIA CON MARIA ROSADO Y MARISELA MORADO

Posted on Aug 28, 2013

August 2013

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Fiddlesticks Cares About Healthy Start!

Posted on Jan 25, 2013

January 2013

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Florida Leads Southern States In Low Infant Mortality Rates

Posted on Dec 4, 2012

December 2012

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Drug-addicted babies: ‘Oxy Express’ gives birth to new problem’

Posted on Jul 30, 2012

July 2012

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Addicted mom on baby’s withdrawal: ‘It’s all my fault’

Posted on Jul 16, 2012

July 2012

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Premature babies are a hidden epidemic

Posted on Jul 6, 2012

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U.S. High on List of Preemie Births

Posted on May 4, 2012

U.S. High on List of Preemie Births

Fort Myers News-Press May 2, 2012 NP staff Dearth of prenatal care feared as cause; SW Fla. numbers near national rate. One in every eight babies in the U.S. is born prematurely, a number higher than in Canada, Australia or Japan, and worse even than rates in a number of less developed countries. About 15 million premature babies are born every year — more than 1 in 10 of the world’s births and a bigger problem than previously believed, according to the first country-by-country estimates of this obstetric epidemic. Most of the world’s preemies are born in Africa and Asia, said the report, released Wednesday. The U.S. preterm birth rate is about the same as estimates in...

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