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"'Tuned-in' toddlers need a TV timeout" by Mike
'Tuned-in' toddlers need a TV timeout New research has found that computers and television are omnipresent even in the lives of American preschoolers. http://www.washtimes.com/national/20031028-113327-6716r.htm
October 29th 03 03:41 PM
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"11.9"w update by Emily
Hi folks, Just got back from an u/s appointment -- part of the "integrated scan" which is the current version of the triple-screen/quad-screen etc. It involves and u/s between 10 and 12.5 weeks, a blood draw on the same day, and the usual quad screen around 15 weeks. Together, it's a better...
February 18th 05 06:12 PM
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"11th-hour pregnancy" by Mike
11th-hour pregnancy More women then ever are becoming mothers at a later age. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that nearly 25 percent of American mothers are older than 35 when their first child is born. Advances in fertility treatment have made it possible to push the...
March 30th 05 04:40 PM
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"A mother's day" by Mike
A mother's day Special Report: The millions of flowers, cards and phone calls shared today say it all: Motherhood is honored, cherished and respected across the nation. Mothers, for the most part, will accept these tokens with smiles, laughs and even tears of joy. at...
May 10th 04 02:09 PM
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"Alcohol and pregnancy" clarification needed... by Alice
This post is in fact a continuation of a previous message I posted recently, but I thought it might be necessary to be examined on its own merit due to some conflicting information I found, so it may require some quite scientifically oriented views So: I found out I was pregnant relatively early,...
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February 17th 05 07:13 PM
by Jamie Clark Go to last post
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"Baby on board" signs by J Asking
Is it true that the purpose of "Baby on board" signs on cars is to alert rescue and medical personnel that an infant is in the car, in the event the driver of that car causes a serious accident?
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March 19th 04 09:29 PM
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"Back to basics: Good posture" by [email protected]
Back to basics: Good posture Poor posture -- such as slouching, rounding the shoulders or holding the head too far forward --can result from an acute injury such as whiplash, a sedentary lifestyle, occupational demands, aging, and unbalanced exercising that focuses too heavily on one part of the...
March 15th 05 08:07 PM
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"bonjela" teething gel in the USA or online? by zolw
Hi does anyone know where I can buy "bonjela" teething gel in the USA or online? Mona
January 3rd 05 02:04 AM
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"Boys to men minus dad" by [email protected]
Boys to men minus dad Single mothers can raise boys just fine -- and maybe even better than families with moms and dads, psychology professor and gender scholar Peggy Drexler says in a new book. at http://www.washtimes.com/culture/20050829-112008-4609r.htm
September 1st 05 12:44 AM
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"Brain-dead mother lives for unborn child" by [email protected]
Brain-dead mother lives for unborn child article at http://www.washtimes.com/national/20050616-121815-6990r.htm
June 16th 05 06:29 PM
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"Bringing Baby Home" DVD review by V.
Just watched this DVD with DH last night (got it from Netflix) and wanted to let other first-time moms know about it. http://www.netflix.com/MovieDisplay?movieid=70035492&trkid=90529 I thought it was a pretty good review of basic baby care, some birth info although not much, and pretty supportive...
September 16th 05 05:04 PM
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"Bringing up bachelors" by Mike
Bringing up bachelors It is estimated that for every 120 boys born in China, 100 girls are born. at http://www.washtimes.com/culture/20040719-112734-8145r.htm
July 20th 04 06:02 PM
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"Child flu shots increase in 2004" by [email protected]
Child flu shots increase in 2004 The number of U.S. children receiving flu vaccinations increased dramatically during the final months of 2004, while vaccinations for the elderly dropped, federal health officials said yesterday. at http://www.washtimes.com/national/20050210-114756-4963r.htm
February 11th 05 11:05 PM
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"Child is Born" and other neat books by Mary S.
I just got the new edition of "A Child is Born," and it is amazing. We had the first (1970s?) edition in the house during my first pregnancy, but the new pictures are just incredible. I'm also enjoying the sentimental but lovely "Gift of Life," which I never got around to reading with...
January 30th 04 10:03 PM
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"Children of world hit hard by flu" by Mike
Children of world hit hard by flu Health officials in the United States and abroad said yesterday that very young children might be at increased risk from this year's flu virus — the Fujian H3N2 strain — which has hit earlier and harder than any flu strain in 30 years. at...
December 5th 03 02:39 PM
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"crunchy" Sept 2005 due-month list by Hope
just to let you know a new group has been created http://groups.yahoo.com/group/crunchy_september_mamas after spending a few reeeeaaaallly uncomfortable days on a very mainstream 'due month' list! Please come check it out and help build up a new group, make it what you want it to be. Hope to see...
January 27th 05 01:01 AM
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"Dental X-rays may harm unborn babies" by Mike
Dental X-rays may harm unborn babies Pregnant women who have dental X-rays may increase their risk of giving birth to babies with a low birth weight, a new study says. at http://www.washtimes.com/national/20040427-105456-3589r.htm
April 29th 04 09:10 PM
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"Doc, are you sure?: 2nd opinions" by [email protected]
Doc, are you sure? at http://www.washingtontimes.com/metro/20050627-095053-5404r.htm
June 28th 05 09:47 PM
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"Each Man, Woman And Child, No Matter What Color, No Matter What Race..." 3-22-84 by [email protected]
This Teaching says, "People are always asking for miracles and yet they themselves are a living miracle of God's." TEACHING DELIVERED THROUGH FRANCES M. KLUG ON MARCH 22,1984 AT 2:10 P.M. "Each man, woman and child, no matter what color, no matter what race or creed, at the very moment of birth,...
January 26th 05 03:22 AM
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"Extreme" attachment? (kind of long) by wizardcat
DD has been around her dad, her brother, friends, and relatives since the day she was born. I've held her no more or less than I did her 2-year-old brother (although I am breastfeeding her and he was bottle fed). However, at 3 months, she still rarely allows anyone else to hold her and she...
June 4th 04 06:08 PM
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