Archive for January, 2013

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Triaminic and Theraflu Products Recalled Due to Failure to Meet Child-Resistant Closure Requirement

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with Novartis, today announced a voluntary recall of about 2.3 million bottles of Triaminic® Syrups and Theraflu Warming Relief® Syrups.

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Despite Doctors’ Initial Expectations Little Miracle Born at 23 Weeks Survives

In July of last year, Kelsie Hemmings was at her local Tesco, buying a drink, when she realized that her waters had ruptured. Hemorrhaging and having already delivered her baby’s umbilical cord, Kelsie was rushed to a specialist unit at Chelsea and Westminister Hospital.

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Girl Thought to Have Brain Tumor Makes Amazing Recovery after Doctors Make a Rare Medical Find

Keira Vidikan was like most happy and healthy six-year-old girls. But one day, just before her ballet class in Dayton, Ohio, she started complaining that she had a headache. That headache was the first symptom of a condition that brought Keira to the brink of death.

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Toddler Rescued from Submerged Truck Trapped in Australian Floods

The recent flood in Australia has left four people dead, thousands evacuated and tens of thousands more stranded. But the tragedy has seen at least one amazing rescue – a little boy and his mother who had been trapped in their truck amid the rising waters.

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Woman from Argentina Thought to be First Ever Heart Transplant Patient to Give Birth

Organ donation is a beautiful thing – it gives someone a new lease on life. But there are some things that an organ recipient has to deal with. They have to take anti-rejection medication for the rest of their lives to reduce the risk of organ rejection. And for women, having a child after a transplant is considered rare and risky.

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First Guideline Issued for Type 2 Diabetes in Children

With the rising cases of Type 2 Diabetes in children, the American Academy of Pediatrics has issued first time ever its guideline for managing diabetes in children and teens between the age of 10 and 18.

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Anna Faris Runs Errands With Her Son Jack

Actress Anna Faris was spotted running errands in Studio City, California on Tuesday with her mom(not pictured) and her two favorite Jacks; her son and father Jack Faris.

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Dads That Share the House Work Expand Their Daughters’ Career Horizons

Since probably the beginning of time, we’ve heard that daughters marry their fathers. But is it really true? While there have been some studies to give some weight to that theory, few have actually examined why or how the father-daughter relationship works in regards to a little girl’s future.

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Real Life China Doll Celebrates Second Birthday and Still Getting Stronger Everyday

Stevie Simpson was 34 weeks pregnant when doctors first became concerned that there might be an issue. During her initial scan, doctors could see that the baby’s arms and legs were shorter than they should be. This caused them to believe, initially, that their little girl suffered from dwarfism.

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Pregnant Holly Madison Attends the 29th Annual Black & White Ball in Las Vegas

Holly Madison was photographed walking the red carpet at the 29th Annual Black & White Ball at the Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas over the weekend.

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Modern & Elegant ~ Nesta’s Nest

For parents who are looking for modern, charming furniture for their baby, the Nesta Bassinet is the perfect solution. Created by new mom Heidi Schaefer, a NYC mom who needed a sleeping solution that fit her tiny apartment, the Bassinet served as her son’s sleeping space for 9 months.