The treatment Dr. Jodi Jackson recommends is to keep mothers and their infants together in the hospital, making sure babies are held and comforted–and... Babies born dependent on opioids need touch, not tech

The treatment Dr. Jodi Jackson recommends is to keep mothers and their infants together in the hospital, making sure babies are held and comforted–and to provide opioids (in gradually decreasing quantities) to ease withdrawal symptoms until the baby can be weaned off of them.


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