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Is Your #JudgeofCharacter As Good As A #Baby?

If a baby cries when it’s around you – it might be trying to tell you something. A new study finds that infants have the uncanny intuition of being able to gauge if a person is a bully or a … Continue reading

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Drugs that Cause Asthma in Kids

A study has found a link between infants who took antacids or antibiotics and the development of asthma. What could be the cause of this fate? Our body’s immune starts in the gut and if we impair it while it’s … Continue reading

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The #Business of Being A #Surrogate

It’s hard to draw a line in the sand when it comes to disputing a simultaneous pregnancy in a sticky situation while being a surrogate. It’s almost unheard of that a pregnant woman becomes pregnant again concurrently with another pregnancy. … Continue reading

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#Canada is a Nation of #Crybabies

This headline is not pretty for diplomacy with our next door neighbor. A study has found that Canada is a nation of crybabies.  Before you come at me with fire and pitchforks, this is a Brush study that analyzed the … Continue reading

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How Much #ScreenTime is OK for #Kids?

Whether you’re new to the technology revolution or have been plugged-in for the last few decades, the jury’s in on how important a role screen should play in your child’s life. Previously believed by pediatricians, there was a recommendation to … Continue reading

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What’s Your Sweet Spot for #Sleep?

Everybody has a set number of hours they sleep. When I say “set”, I mean the number of hours you’d sleep if you didn’t have an alarm to wake you at a certain time. Mine’s about 10-hours but realistically I … Continue reading

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When #Swaddling Becomes Risky for #Baby

Swaddling is a way to help your baby feel warm and cozy. Baby center says that swaddling is the act of snugly wrapping a baby in a blanket for warmth and security.  According to this headline, swaddling increases the risk … Continue reading

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Do We Really Need #Mosquitoes?

Nowadays mosquitoes aren’t looking like vital players in the circle of life. Apparently being considered little natural nuisances wasn’t bad-ass enough for them. Now what? Do we quarantine travelers? Temporarily cease procreation? Kill-off all mosquitoes? Without mosquitoes, some birds and … Continue reading

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@Mother of Underweight #Babies BBmbrace #KangarooCare

Kangaroo care, or skin-to-skin holding, is shown to significantly improve death rate for underweight newborn babies. A number of reasons could be why this is beneficial but the obvious perks include intimate knowledge of the baby’s health and lower-risk of … Continue reading

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Babies Can Perceive Pain Like Adults

Babies cry when they’re hungry, when they’re tired, when they want to be held, when they need to be changed. Arguably, adults cry less than babies but their perception of pain is similar to babies. Thanks to an MRI scan … Continue reading

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