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Kelly Rutherford Wins Temporary Sole Custody Of Her 2 Children!

Just 6 weeks after a U.S. federal court denied her request to bring her two children back to the U.S., a California court has overturned that ruling allowing Kelly Rutherford’s children to return home while the custody battle continues.

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65-Year-Old Mom of 13 Gives Birth To Quadruplets

What started as a quest to have ‘just one more’ has resulted in the arrival of a set of quadruplets for 65-year-old German woman.

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OXO Recalls 25,000 Nest Booster Seats Due to Fall Hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in conjunction with OXO, of El Paso, Texas, have announced a voluntary recall about 25,130(25,000 in the U.S. and 130 in Canada) Nest Booster Seats.

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Modern Dads Do Diapers, but Not Baby Talk, and It’s Not a Bad Thing, Experts Say

With each generation, the line between gender roles fades just a little more. Today, it’s not uncommon for dads to stay home and moms to work. And dads change diapers, cook, clean, fill sippy cups, and play peek-a-boo. But according to a new study by researchers at Washington University, Spokane, there is one thing that dad’s DON’T do.

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Use of Antibiotics in Infancy May Disrupt Gut Microbes and Cause Illness Late in Life

Antibiotics are the most common medications prescribed to children. According to experts, a third of those prescribed aren’t necessary. Unfortunately, this could be a bit of a problem, according to researchers who say that antibiotics could create an imbalance in the gut microbes and lead to disease later on in life.

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Mom Battling Breast Cancer “Energized” by Her Five Children with Down Syndrome

For most, the idea of raising five children with Down Syndrome might seem a little crazy. For Leah Spring, it’s been a joy, a beautiful journey, and maybe even a life-saver. You see, while raising those five children, Leah is also battling breast cancer, and it is her children that she says that have “energized” her and given her the strength to fight.

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Couple Who Abandoned Their Baby In Thailand Files Claim To Funds Raised For The Child’s Welfare

Last year the world was shocked when it was revealed that a couple, who had hired a surrogate from Thailand to carry their twin babies, had purposely left one of them behind after it was revealed the baby had a congenital heart defect and Down Syndrome. Once the baby was well enough to leave the hospital the young, single surrogate mother, Pattaramon Chanbua, struggled to care for the baby, and her own children who were aged 3 and 6.

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Alcohol Consumption in First 3-4 Weeks May Have Permanent Effects on Baby’s Brain

It’s no news that there are risks to consuming alcohol during pregnancy, including everything from an increased risk of heart defects to miscarriage. Even more concerning is that many of the studies conducted show that these complications can arise very early in pregnancy.

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Baby Born Prematurely in Hong Kong Stranded and Still Unable to Return Home

What should have been a quick trip to Hong Kong to see her brother married ended up being both a joyous and stressful ordeal for Wendy Morrow. At seven months pregnant, she’d been cleared to travel, but while at Hong Kong International, her water broke. Shortly after, her son, Kyuss, was born at Princess Margaret Hospital and placed in ICU.