May 2012

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37 Lessons for my Sons (or Daughters)

37 Lessons for my Sons (or Daughters)

Most of these are on our list, too … how about yours?

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Another (AMAZING) Reason To Nurse

Another (AMAZING) Reason To Nurse

This latest, truly awesome discovery should convince anyone still on the fence to give it a try. You’ll never guess…

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Eat Like a Toddler

Eat Like a Toddler

The frightening bombshells about our national obesity epidemic just keep coming. The latest addition to a library of information about the consequences of our unhealthy habits: news that the rate of type 2 diabetes is rising dramatically among overweight teens, pushing the age of onset of this nasty disease steadily downward. While this should come […]

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News U Can Use: Bullying Accelerates Aging?

News U Can Use: Bullying Accelerates Aging?

Violence in childhood alters DNA, causing these kids to age faster! How? And what does that mean for my kid?

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Life Lessons from Albert Einstein*

Life Lessons from Albert Einstein*

#5. A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.

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New! Most Popular Baby Names

New! Most Popular Baby Names

You may be surprised by some that made the just-released 2011 list. Lots of cool and interesting tidbits to chew on here!

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The Other Side Of Adoption

The Other Side Of Adoption

Some years ago, I got a near hysterical call from a new mom and dad who had just adopted a beautiful baby girl. All should have been rosy for these two who had struggled with fertility issues and longed for a child of their own for many years. Finally they had their baby safe at […]

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Update on Safe Sleep for Baby

Update on Safe Sleep for Baby

“Back to Sleep” has cut the rate of SIDS dramatically, but new risks are emerging.

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23 things new parents should know …

23 things new parents should know …

Speak truth to power! You gotta love this list.

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Whose genetic tests are they, anyway?

Whose genetic tests are they, anyway?

A siren call, red flag, canary in the coal mine for questions of medical autonomy in the 21st century. Are you entitled to your health information, or not?

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