According to her husband, Max, Elizabeth (Liz) Joice gave up everything to be a mother, including her life.
Archive for March, 2014
In all of 2013 the state of California reported 15 cases of measles. Officials are now extremely concerned because in just the first three months of 2014 they have confirmed 49 cases; 21 in Orange County.
Tamara Ecclestone became a mom for the first time when she gave birth to her daughter Sophia, earlier this month. The 29-year-old glowing mom, and heiress now says that it is the best thing she had experienced in her life.
After grabbing lunch at Le Pain Quotidien, Jessica Alba and Cash Warren took their daughters, Honor and Haven to the park where they met up with Jessica’s, “Sin City” costar Jaime King and her son, James, for a playdate.
When we find out we’re having children, we end up doing everything in our power to baby-proof our homes to keep our little ones safe and out of trouble. We pad table corners, deadbolt doors, lock cabinets, plug outlets and put window-blind cords up high out of the reach of little hands. Erica Barnes Thomas did everything she could to keep her two children, Charlie, 6 and Mac, 2, safe.
A 44 year-old woman from the United Kingdom was stunned and shocked to find herself a size 26 even after months of dieting, eating healthy and losing nearly thirty pounds. Lorna Fulton had been told by doctors that she and her husband would likely not conceive naturally, so she had set out to lose weight in the hopes of becoming pregnant. When her weight suddenly and inexplicably shot back up, she assumed that she was expecting.
There is a change in the works regarding the United States’ advisory for fish consumption among pregnant women. The seafood industry’s professionals are hoping that the new readjustment will help to quell consumer’s fears over the original warning that was released in 200, which raised concerns over the possible excessive mercury levels pregnant women and their growing babies were exposed to when they ate certain species of fish.
Over the last few decades, we’ve watched the autism rate climb. In fact, before the 1990’s, it was thought that only about 3 in every 10,000 children had autism. Now those rates are considered to be 1 in 88. This dramatic increase in cases has made autism research a priority, yet still so few answers exist.
When does it start? What causes it? How do we prevent it?