Sugar During Pregnancy Linked to Allergies
By Dr. Mercola Allergies are your body's reaction to a protein and are a sign your immune system is working overtime. According to the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America...
1 day ago - Mercola
An innovative approach to improve ear, nose and throat surgical access for remote living Cape York Indigenous children
On a background of high rates of severe otitis media with associated hearing loss, children from the Torres Strait and Cape York region requiring ear, nose and throat surgery...
6 days ago - International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
This Is What I Learned After Almost Losing My Daughter
“Mama! Mama!” My 1-year-old daughter cried over the baby monitor. “Coming,” I responded, setting my fresh coffee on the table. I strolled over to her bedroom door, the words...
10 days ago - Scary Mommy
Couple Celebrates Each Anniversary With A New Dog And The Internet Has Opinions
Getting a new dog for their anniversary inadvertently became a tradition For the first few years, most married couples at least glance in the direction of traditional...
12 days ago - Scary Mommy
8 Ways Little Kids Are the Absolute Grossest
There's no denying that little kids are cute. They have perfect little faces, soft skin, and wispy, bouncy hair. But the truth is, they're also pretty disgusting. They fart and...
14 days ago - Scary Mommy
Severe Respiratory Distress in a Neonate due to Bilateral Dacryocystoceles
Abstract: Nasal passage contributes up to 50% of total resistance in normal breathing especially in neonates who are obligatory nose breathers. Any further increase in airway...
15 days ago - Pediatric Emergency Care
This Hilarious Mom Is Here To Show Everyone What A Real Beauty Regimen Looks Like
Mary Katherine Backstrom, editor of Mom Babble , is here to tell us what a mom's beauty routine really looks like in the morning. She's not holding back, and we are here for...
21 days ago - Scary Mommy
Remembering Alexis as Red Nose Day seeks to help all families who have lost a child
Red Nose Day is on Friday. The organisation Red Nose helps anyone affected by the sudden death of a baby or child.
21 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald - 2 articles
Should I Force My Daughter to be More Ladylike?
When my daughter Penelope was nine months old, she climbed into the dishwasher and grabbed a butter knife. Later that same night, she put me in a headlock. And then there was...
23 days ago - 24/7 Mom
The Perpetuation Of Racism In Public Schools
Many know about it, most ignore it, but no one stops it: As counties in the South go, one particular district is standard in every way. Churches galore, a large handful of...
23 days ago - Scary Mommy
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Woman, 40, claims cancer treatment helped her get pregnant
A 40-year-old woman from Florida who had been trying to get pregnant for 14 years claims her cancer treatment cured her infertility.
Fish oil in pregnancy reduces a child's risk of diabetes
Researchers from the University of Auckland advise pregnant women eat oily fish rather than take supplements as past studies have shown out-of-date tablets have detrimental...
Good Diet, Exercise While Pregnant Could Cut C-Section Risk
These healthy habits also lower odds for other obstetric complications, study shows Related MedlinePlus Pages: Cesarean Section , Pregnancy and Nutrition
As disease rates explode worldwide, getting diagnosed with cancer is now...
A new analysis made by MacMillan Cancer Support showed that more people are being diagnosed with cancer than getting married or having a first baby. The group stated that in...
Breastfeeding found to protect mothers from multiple sclerosis, new study finds
Breastfeeding is believed to have a plethora of benefits for both mother and child, and American researchers have uncovered another one. According to the team from Oakland...
It's Unfair To Exclude Pregnant Women From Clinical Studies: Study
Pregnant women are excluded from the clinical studies, but there is a pressing need for hard evidence of the impact of drugs taken during pregnancy.
Pre-Maternal Obesity Linked to Neurocognitive Problems in Premature Babies
Pre-pregnancy obesity increases risk for neurocognitive problems in premature babies. Preterm birth is an important risk factor for cognitive impairment and disability.
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Scientists reverse brain damage in girl who almost drowned
Eden Carlson was two years old when she pushed her way through the baby gate and a heavy door, then jumped into the family pool in Arkansas last February.