A CDC-recommended non-profit organization has been launched in time for Mother's Day. Through 'MotherToBaby CT', experts will be able to provide the public with free answers to the many questions that arise during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Read all about 'MotherToBaby CT' in the following press release:
Farmington, CT – As Mother’s Day approaches, The University of Connecticut Health Center announces MotherToBaby CT, the new name of its free, statewide counseling service that connects experts in the field of birth defects research with moms-to-be and the general public. MotherToBaby CT is formerly known as the Connecticut Pregnancy Exposure Information Service.
MotherToBaby CT is an affiliate of the international non-profit Organization of Teratology Information Specialists (OTIS), a prestigious professional society that supports and contributes to worldwide initiatives for teratology education and research. MotherToBaby affiliates and OTIS, which are suggested resources by many agencies including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), are dedicated to providing evidence-based information to mothers, health care professionals, and the general public about medications and other exposures during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
All North Americans can be connected with MotherToBaby experts toll-FREE through its phone counseling service (866) 626-6847. The public can also be connected to MotherToBabyCT online or by calling locally 800-325-5391 or 860-523-6419.