The Bainbridge-to-Seattle ferry converted to a delivery room on Thursday afternoon when a women gave birth to a beautiful baby girl on board. Luckily, there were a midwife, an OB/GYN nurse and two EMTs onboard the ferry to assist with the baby’s arrival.
Archive for November, 2012
Approximately 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with autism today. This neurological condition is classified by repetitive movements and deficits in social interaction and communication. Research has indicated that earlier interventions may be helpful in reducing those deficits but the condition is extremely hard to diagnose before age two.
For new parents (or even parents who have a few children under their belts), the awareness of certain conditions like SIDS can lead to worry and sleepless nights. You check on the baby frequently, you watch for breath sounds, and when you finally try to fall asleep, you may even have a heavy feeling of anxiety in your chest.
Doctors in Melbourne have, for the first time, conducted an Ovarian Tissue transplant technique to successfully re-store fertility of a 43-year-old woman after she had her breast cancer treatment in 2005.
Kelsey Grammer was spotted arriving on a flight at LAX airport with his wife Kayte and baby Faith in Los Angeles, California on Tuesday (November 27).
In February, while at Toy Fair, I was introduced to a new line of toys that Fisher-Price would be debuting that were a departure from how they had created toys in the past. Bright and bold, the collection had two goals; to get babies grooving and moving.
Cruising has been my vacation ‘mode’ of choice for more than 15 years. In that time I have had the pleasure of cruising on 16 ships across 5 cruiselines. And while I have sailed on some pretty incredible ships, I wasn’t prepared for the grandeur of Allure of the Seas.