Archive for March, 2012

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Calgary Toddler Survives Five Storey Fall

A Calgary baby is alive but in serious condition after falling five storeys from an apartment building on Sunday morning.

Neighbour Sheyelle Welker said she was watching a movie on her laptop when she heard a loud “popping” noise from outside.

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Researchers Investigate Changes in Labor Over Last 50 Years

Chances are pretty good that, if you ask your mother about her labor, she’ll paint a picture quite different than your labor story. According to a recent study conducted on the differences in labors today and 50 years ago, you’re not alone.

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Requests to Ban BPA Will be Denied Says FDA

In 2008, the National Resources Defense Council petitioned the FDA regarding the use of bisphenol A (BPA) in food and food packaging in the United States. The council wanted a total ban on the chemical agent, but after nearly 4 years of silence, the FDA has said that they will deny the request.

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Adam Sandler & His Family Play By The Pool in Miami!

Adam Sandler and his wife Jackie Titone were spotted enjoying a relaxing day poolside with their girls Sunny and Sadie at the trendy Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel in Miami on Friday.

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Celebrity Moms Attend The Launch of Rosie Pope Maternity LA!

Celebrity moms walked the red carpet on Thursday night to celebrate the opening of Rosie Pope Maternity LA.

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Bugaboo Launches BOO Magazine! For the iPad

One of our favorite lifestyle brands bugaboo announced today that they have launched their first issue of BOO Magazine. An e-zine that is downloadable for the iPad, this gorgeous magazine is a must read for any bugaboo fan.

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January Jones & Xander Visit The Doctors

Back in California after some time in New York City, January Jones was photographed taking her son Xander to the doctors in Los Angeles on Thursday.

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Autism Numbers Higher Than Previously Thought Says CDC

If you thought the number of children diagnosed with autism was high, wait until you hear the new figures. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the numbers have increased from 1 in 110 children on the autism spectrum to 1 in 88. For boys, the figure is even higher – 1 in 54 eight-year-old males are said to fall somewhere on the autism spectrum. These new figures indicate an increase of 23% over the last 4 years.

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Selma Blair Talks BreastFeeding and Being A First Time Mom

Mom to 8-month-old son Arthur, Selma Blair recently revealed that when her little man is hungry she doesn’t hesitate to breastfeed him, regardless of the audience.

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New Guidelines Recommend A More Active Lifestyle for Toddlers and Preschoolers

To prevent obesity from becoming a problem as they grow older, new Canadian guidelines recommend toddlers and preschoolers be more active. In fact parents are being urged to let their kids be involved in more physical activities for at least 180 minutes a day.

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Rate of Fertility Preservation in U.S. Female Cancer Patients Low

Experts have determined that conception after cancer, even breast cancer, is safe. Unfortunately, many cancer treatments can leave women infertile and unable to conceive. Modern science, however, has made it possible for women to take preemptive measures to help secure their ability to conceive, experience pregnancy and raise a child, even if cancer treatment leaves them infertile.