Heartbreak and despair turned into hope this week when a family was re-united with their baby.
Archive for April, 2015
The evidence is rather clear: boys and girls with autism are different. In fact, only 1 in 189 girls today receive an autism diagnosis while 1 in 42 boys are diagnosed. But why? And are there any factors regarding diagnosis that affect these statistics? These are the questions that a group of researchers looked at in a recent study.
Just before getting married in 2010, Rachelle Friedman Chapman’s life took a sharp turn. During her bachelorette party, Rachelle was playfully pushed into the shallow end of the pool by one of her bridesmaids. The prank went horribly wrong.
Looking for a unique way to tell their family they were expecting, Desiree and Ryan Fortin told everyone they were having twins and threw a gender reveal party so that friends and family could vote on the sex of each baby. But after the balloons had been released they announced life was about to get busier in the Fortin residence.
Busy mom Jennifer Garner was photographed picking up some fresh produce at the Farmers Market in Brentwood with her youngest kids Sam and Seraphina on Sunday(April 25th).
Jess Evans was just 12 weeks pregnant with her twins when it was revealed that one of her babies suffered from a fatal abnormality. Expected to only live a short time, the couple made the decision to continue to grow the baby to save others.
Construction workers were in the right place at the right time on Thursday when a toddler became stuck in some metal clothing lines after her iPad fell over a balcony and she went out to get it.
If you’re about ready to welcome your new baby home, congratulations! You’re about to embark on an amazing and beautiful journey. But those first few months can be really tough, especially if you’re faced with a colicky baby or little outside support. So, to help prepare you, here are our top 10 tips for surviving a newborn.
Jennifer Love Hewitt showed off her growing belly as she enjoyed a morning stroll with a friend and her baby daughter Autumn in LA on Thursday.
There’s been a lot of talk over the years about the link between vaccinations and autism. But even though there are many studies showing no link exists, there are still parents that are resistant to have their children immunized. Still, researchers keep testing…