It’s a boy meets girl kind of love story. Love at first site, Emily and Cai, moved in together after just a few short weeks after meeting each other. The couple, still living together, is happier than ever, especially since they have welcomed a little miracle into their lives, Dante. Dante’s conception, however, was anything but “typical.”
Archive for July, 2011
Kelly Ripa was all dolled up in the Hamptons yesterday co-hosting Ovarian Cancer Research Fund‘s (OCRF) 13th annual Super Saturday at Nova’s Ark Project in Water Mill.
A successful VBAC, or vaginal birth after cesarean, is beneficial for both the mother and the child. Fewer complications are present after birth for the mother and the child. Through vaginal delivery, the infant is also provided with good bacteria, making the child less vulnerable to illness. Additionally, new advances in medical science have made it more possible than ever to achieve a successful VBAC.
Lehi Police Chief Chad Smith was in Monticello attending a softball tournament before heading to Lake Powell when he stopped over at the pool with his kids and grand kids. Miraculously it was this chance break that helped him save a three year old from choking after he fell in the pool.
Strokes have become an increasing problem in U.S. population over the last several years. Current statistics from the American Heart Association estimate that 795,000 people suffer from a stroke, each year. While many people are aware of the increased risk of stroke, they mistakenly think that it is confined to the elderly or morbidly obese.
Children’s footwear company, Stride Rite, is offering a fabulous deal from now until September 6th ~ buy one pair and receive a second pair at 50% off! Back to school is just around the corner and this is the perfect event to get your little one set…when it comes to shoes anyway!
Post-partum hemorrhaging is one of the most common and dangerous risks to women after delivery. While lower in more developed countries, this risk is substantially higher in less developed countries due to a lack of medical facilities, equipment, staff and medications.
Born with a rare heart condition, doctors feared little Hannah Slater will not survive more than 48 hours. But then the doctors tried a pioneering operation on the preemie and saved her heart and her life using a cow’s vein.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with Fisher-Price today announced a voluntary recall of about 210,000 Little People® Builders’ Load ‘n Go Wagon (208,000 in the United States and 2,800 in Canada)