Halle Berry and fiance Olivier Martinez posed for photographers on Thursday while attending the Toiles Enchantees event as part of the 2013 Champs-Elysees Film Festival on Thursday in Paris, France.
For the families and parents of autistic children, Temple Grandin is a household name. We know her as the autistic woman who has found her niche in the world. We know her as a prominent speaker for autism and a successful animal behavior specialist. But there is so much more to this amazing woman; she gives us all hope.
In a ceremony today in Southampton, The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine(Kate) Middleton named the new Royal Princess Cruise ship when she released a bottle of champagne that smashed against its hull.
Mobile media devices have only been around for a short time, but some experts are already concerned about how they’re changing the world of parenting. Are the concerns truly valid, or are experts jumping the gun a bit? A recent study, conducted for the Northwestern University’s Center on Media and Human Development of GfK, suggests the latter.
Two popular contraceptives Yaz and Yasmin, reportedly responsible for the deaths of 23 young Canadian women have been deemed safe by a national gynecologists’ group and will not be recalled.
A UCLA study has revealed that woman who deal with a severe form of nausea during pregnancy, and take antihistamines to sleep it through, might be at risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes like preterm births or low term babies.
Being a parent can sometimes be overwhelming as you juggle all of the tasks needed to keep your day on track. Last week a new mom who was trying manage her luggage and a buggy was left in shock after the train pulled away with her baby on board, while she was left standing on the platform.
We all know there is no shortage of twins in this world. In fact in the last few years, twin births in the U.S. have gone from 1 in 90 live births to 1 in 30. For this reason I’m never really surprised when I hear a school has 5, 10 or even 15 sets of twins.
UK researchers have developed a new, non-invasive test for Down’s syndrome that might help parents know about the genetic condition in their babies in the first three months of pregnancy.