A community has come together to support a B.C. family whose four-week-old baby is facing months of cancer treatment after being diagnosed with a rare form of infant leukemia.
Archive for December, 2010
For most medical organizations, home birth is considered too risky and too dangerous for a mother to even consider. However, according to some at the Royal College of Midwives, home birth is being given an exaggerated bad name.
While Nintendo’s popular DS is a hot item with kids 4 and up, the company is warning that their new 3D version shouldn’t be played by those who are under the age of 6.
There’s an app for that! The iPhone is proving to be a great device for doctors in remote areas.
Software developed by a Bangalore based start-up i2i Telesolutions links ophthalmologists at urban centres with patients in remote areas. This allows doctors to diagnose and treat Retinopathy of Prematurity (RoP) – a condition that can lead to blindness and affects nearly a tenth of the 27 million children born every year.
Rachel Zoe is clearly not sacrificing style during her pregnancy! The A-list stylist was spotted just before Christmas looking fabulous while shopping at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills.
Becoming stricter with their policies, a hospital in Maryland has banned all types of photography inside the delivery suite until five minutes after the baby arrives.
This Fall Neil Patrick Harris and his partner David Burtka welcomed twins into their lives. The fraternal twins, Gideon Scott and Harper Grace, were born to surrogate on October 12, 2010.
A homeless Egyptian couple has welcomed a set of sextuplets at a hospital in Dubai.
A team of 30 medical staff were on hand to deliver the three boys (Mohammad, Ahmad, Khalifa) and three girls (Israa, Sara, Donia).
The reintroduction of Japan’s Aprica to the US market has brought us the innovative lightweight Aprica Presto. At 13.7 pounds, this stroller will go anywhere you want to take it. Not only is it lightweight, but it offers features that will make any baby happy.