Archive for October, 2011
Celebrity Families Attend 18th Annual “Dream Halloween Los Angeles” To Benefit The Children Affected By AIDS
Yesterday Hollywood dressed up to support an important cause. The 18th Annual “Dream Halloween Los Angeles”, which benefited Children Affected by AIDS Foundation, brought out lots of celebrity families who were ready to party!
In preschools, particularly those that cater to low-income or delayed children, toddlers are often separated into advanced and delayed groups. A recent study indicates that this separation may actually hinder the improvement of language skills for toddlers that are behind.
The very first successful “test tube” baby was Louise Brown who was born in 1978 in Oldham, Greater Manchester, UK. Robert Edwards is the physiologist that helped her parents conceive and he won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2010 for his efforts.
Craniofacial deformities are rarely life-threatening, but in the case of a little Egyptian girl born with two mouths, doctors didn’t expect her to live. Yet, despite all odds, this brave little girl is resting at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles and she is expected to make a full recovery.
Every day, pregnancies fail, babies are born with birth defects and infants are born stillborn. Celebrities are not immune to these tragic events and they are no less scared than we are when the potential of a problem presents itself. Actress Marla Sokoloff shared her second trimester scare on People celebrity blog.
British Columbia mother Emily Ratcliffe and her husband, Tonnis Martindale, always wondered how women on the reality TV show, I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant – until it happened to them.