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You Did What With Your Child’s #Pacifier?

Remember that story from years ago when people were outraged that Alicia Silverstone from “Clueless” was chewing-up food and spitting it into her child’s mouth like a baby bird? Well a new study says this saliva technique may be best … Continue reading

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Smoking Gun for Kids Food Allergies

Do your kids have allergies? Blame the wipes! According to a new study, food allergies are linked to the use of baby wipes and genetic factors. Of course they are. How do the wipes make kids more vulnerable you ask? … Continue reading

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More Daddy Time Means Healthier Baby

Time with dad may be the most  valuable commodity, for new babies. A study explains why its evidently healthier for a newborn to spend more time with dad. Babies who look more like their father are healthier by their first … 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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#Truth About #Breastfeeding and #Immunity

Vladimir Putin makes me realize how vitally important it is for new mother’s to breast feed. I’ll explain in a few. According to biology’s rules, the preferred source of food for a newborn baby is the milk from his or … Continue reading

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Unspoken #Gender of the #Baby

Some believe that children grow-up to realize they were trying to be a third-rate version of what their parents wanted them to be in life. For a slice of the population, that’s 100% true. When it comes to gender at … Continue reading

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#PregnancyBrain Explained

Nobody likes a know-it-all. When it comes to a phenomenon known as ‘pregnancy brain’, a know-it-all isn’t the first term that comes to mind. In fact, if you’ve ever witnessed the head-scratching brain farts a pregnant woman exhibits, you’ll understand. … Continue reading

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@CNN Asks Do We Overshare Our #Kids?

Staying connected these days is easy, especially with social media. However, sometimes an excited parent with a milestone of little Becca becomes too riveting not to post and hashtag. Think about that before you post it. Will Becca mind that it’s … Continue reading

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How #Zika Infects an Unborn #Baby

Zika has been around since the 1940s. However, it wasn’t nearly as prevalent or devastating as it is today. When a virus evolves – it evolves with a vengeance. The alarming headline of Zika is resonating all over the world. Even … 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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