The holidays are about to get a little more exciting for Despicable Me fans! This week MEGA Brand announced that they will be debuting a new line of easy-to-build and fully customizable construction sets based on the super-popular Despicable Me franchise in the coming weeks.
Pregnant with her second child, singer Shakira has announced she will be partnering with Fisher-Price to launch a line of baby toys as well as a Web series for moms.
Parents check your gear! Six months after announced the recall of 1.37 million convertible car seats Evenflo has announced the recall of more than 202,000 rear-facing infant seats because the buckles can become difficult to unlatch.
In Ireland, a couple recently gave birth to a healthy baby boy. This isn’t a rarity, but what happened in the months leading up to his birth—the potentially disheartening odds that faced this little boy and his parents—is. Because these parents, despite being told to abort, have a perfectly healthy little boy.
Baby Kyden Kelly is perfect. Ten perfect toes. Ten perfect fingers. But his mother, Kimberly Kelly, will never know that, and little Kyden will never know his mother because of a rare complication that resulted in her death during delivery. And now, her husband, Wayde Kelly, is trying to figure out how to cope with the horrible loss.
Infertility is heartbreaking enough, to not be able to get pregnant on your own. But now, new research has found that African-American women who undergo In-Vitro fertilization are only half as likely as Caucasian women to become pregnant after a round of the treatment. The study found that even when donor eggs are used, a large discrepancy is still clear.
There is no arguing that when a woman is pregnant, her body changes in significant ways. Hair gets shinier, nails become stronger, her skin seems to glow, all as a result of this little life that grows inside. But new research has found that long after mom delivers her little bundle of joy, residual fetal cells are steadily making her stronger.
Only about 20% of all siblings of children with autism will develop the condition by age three, but a new study from the Yale School of Medicine has found that more than half that do present with symptoms as early as 18 months of age. This is relatively important since many studies have shown that earlier intervention is key to improving the life-long outcome of children with ASD.
Jane Woodhead was devastated to learn that, in order to be a mom, she would likely have to resort to IVF. The reason? She has a condition known as uterus didelphys; she has two uteruses and two wombs.