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  • What Giving Birth Really Feels Like, According to 18 Moms

    Oh, birth! The beautiful gateway for new life coming into the world — or the ninth circle of hell, depending on who you ask. It can be a terrifying, magical, or totally surprising experience. Sometimes it’s all of those things at once. One thing is certain though: it’s completely unique for every woman who goes through it. Cosmopolitan.com asked 18 moms to take their […] More

  • The Impact of Age on Female Fertility

    One of the most important considerations in successful fertility treatment is the age of the eggs. Women are born with eggs that have life, and these eggs age along with it. Menopause (average 51 years) is when the body no longer left to be ovulated eggs, and therefore, the menstrual period. The ability to get […] More

  • Baby proofing your home, make your home safe for your baby

    Your job as a parent is to keep your children safe all the time. This job is extremely difficult with babies and if your home has no safety measures for baby proofing. Luckily there are plenty of products and tips that you can learn that will make you r home safer for your baby. Will […] More

  • US to redefine the Meaning of Term Delivery

    The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist have given a new definition of term pregnancy which will improve the newborn outcomes and lower the non medically induced deliveries. We have new scientifically proven definition of ‘early term,’ ‘full term,’ ‘late term,’ and ‘postterm.’ Here are the new definitions of ‘term’ deliveries: Early Term: Between 37 […] More

  • I Sold My Eggs For the Money

    When I was 26, out of a carefree and thoughtless boredom and a desire to make some seemingly easy extra money, I filled out an online egg-donor application for a respected clinic in upper Manhattan. At the time, I was working full-time as an office manager, I lived with my boyfriend, and I was a […] More

  • Learning About Strangers – Educating Our Children Without Scaring Them

    What provoked this “talking to strangers” conversation with my children?  It was months ago when a high risk pedophile moved about a mile from our family.  The man charged had kidnapped a child and harmed him.  As a community we were scared and upset.  We started petitions to help tighten Vermont laws that allowed these […] More

  • Are they the world’s most relaxed moms? What we can all learn from the Dutch.

    Studies have found that Dutch children are the happiest kids in the world and that their mothers are pretty happy, too. After seven years of living among them, I think there’s a pretty good chance they may also be the most relaxed moms in the world. I moved to the Netherlands with a 3- and […] More

  • Allergies and Early Childhood

    For decades, parents have protected children from bacteria and other potential triggers of the disease, allergies and asthma. But a surprising new study suggests that exposure to cat dander, a wide variety of household bacteria – and even rodent and cockroach allergens – can help protect infants against future allergies and wheezing.. Interestingly, contact with […] More

  • Cannabis Oil To Be Used In A Hospital! Finally!

    Amylea, is a cute baby girl, who was born in Aurora, CO. her parents Ernie and Nicole Nunez, tell us what happened when they brought the baby home. She said: “About a day after we went home from delivery is when she had her first seizure. She has a rare form of epilepsy. They have […] More

  • What Giving Birth Really Feels Like, According to 18 Moms

    Oh, birth! The beautiful gateway for new life coming into the world — or the ninth circle of hell, depending on who you ask. It can be a terrifying, magical, or totally surprising experience. Sometimes it’s all of those things at once. One thing is certain though: it’s completely unique for every woman who goes through it. Cosmopolitan.com asked 18 moms to take their […] More

  • The Impact of Age on Female Fertility

    One of the most important considerations in successful fertility treatment is the age of the eggs. Women are born with eggs that have life, and these eggs age along with it. Menopause (average 51 years) is when the body no longer left to be ovulated eggs, and therefore, the menstrual period. The ability to get […] More

  • Baby proofing your home, make your home safe for your baby

    Your job as a parent is to keep your children safe all the time. This job is extremely difficult with babies and if your home has no safety measures for baby proofing. Luckily there are plenty of products and tips that you can learn that will make you r home safer for your baby. Will […] More

  • US to redefine the Meaning of Term Delivery

    The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologist have given a new definition of term pregnancy which will improve the newborn outcomes and lower the non medically induced deliveries. We have new scientifically proven definition of ‘early term,’ ‘full term,’ ‘late term,’ and ‘postterm.’ Here are the new definitions of ‘term’ deliveries: Early Term: Between 37 […] More

  • I Sold My Eggs For the Money

    When I was 26, out of a carefree and thoughtless boredom and a desire to make some seemingly easy extra money, I filled out an online egg-donor application for a respected clinic in upper Manhattan. At the time, I was working full-time as an office manager, I lived with my boyfriend, and I was a […] More

  • Learning About Strangers – Educating Our Children Without Scaring Them

    What provoked this “talking to strangers” conversation with my children?  It was months ago when a high risk pedophile moved about a mile from our family.  The man charged had kidnapped a child and harmed him.  As a community we were scared and upset.  We started petitions to help tighten Vermont laws that allowed these […] More

  • Are they the world’s most relaxed moms? What we can all learn from the Dutch.

    Studies have found that Dutch children are the happiest kids in the world and that their mothers are pretty happy, too. After seven years of living among them, I think there’s a pretty good chance they may also be the most relaxed moms in the world. I moved to the Netherlands with a 3- and […] More

  • Allergies and Early Childhood

    For decades, parents have protected children from bacteria and other potential triggers of the disease, allergies and asthma. But a surprising new study suggests that exposure to cat dander, a wide variety of household bacteria – and even rodent and cockroach allergens – can help protect infants against future allergies and wheezing.. Interestingly, contact with […] More

  • Cannabis Oil To Be Used In A Hospital! Finally!

    Amylea, is a cute baby girl, who was born in Aurora, CO. her parents Ernie and Nicole Nunez, tell us what happened when they brought the baby home. She said: “About a day after we went home from delivery is when she had her first seizure. She has a rare form of epilepsy. They have […] More