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How Multiple Partner Fertility Influences Child Well-Being

If I had to describe my family life when I was a child, it would be complicated. I am the only child of my parents, who divorced when I was two. By the time I turned five, both my parents had remarried. From their new unions, I gained five half-siblings—three from my father’s marriage and two […]

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How to keep children’s teeth safe: A Q&A with the British Dental Association By Lily Barclay – Family editor – bbcgoodfood.com

The tiny buds of your baby’s first teeth normally come with a sigh of relief as the worst of the teething process looks like it’s over. But with new teeth come new worries, responsibilities and questions. We sat down with the British Dental Association to discover the best practices when it comes to ensuring children have healthy […]

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In coach’s rant, a lesson for parents and athletes

If you’ve been on Facebook this week, chances are you’ve seen someone share comments made by Geno Auriemma, coach of the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team. UConn hasn’t lost a game in more than two years and is in play for a fifth consecutive national title.

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5 guidelines for raising your son into a gentleman

Males are portrayed as immature and incompetent in current pop culture, instead of the dashing men from “the good old days”. I worry about being able to raise gentlemen who will defy society and treat people with respect and kindness.

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Mother suffered ‘forgotten baby syndrome’, death inquest told

“If you are capable of forgetting to post a letter, you are capable of forgetting to take your baby out of the car,” said Matthew Mundy, an associate professor at Monash University. “Your memory is limited, it’s limited in the number of things you can remember at any given time, and it’s limited in the […]

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Fish oil does not benefit baby intelligence, study finds

Taking fish oil while pregnant does not improve the brain development of babies, new research has found. “What that meant was, there were slightly fewer children born pre-term,” Dr Gould said. “We’re currently trying to validate that in a much bigger study.”

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US infant mortality rates down 15%

According to the National Institutes of Health, since 1962, infant death rates in the United States have dropped more than 70%. Although rates continue to fall, the United States maintains one of the highest rates of infant death among developed countries.

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Risky operation removes parasitic twin from baby

Dr John Ruge, who led the surgery, said one of the biggest challenges had been to ensure Dominique was not left paralysed. “We know that she will go back to her loving family, and we’ll keep in touch – but this has changed our lives. She is pretty amazing.”

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