Tuesday , 27 June 2017

Baby & Toddler

Perth mum loses baby to whooping cough: ‘This is the moment my heart broke’

Riley Hughes was just 32-days old when he died from vaccine-preventable disease whooping cough. What started as a common cold ended with Riley dying in mum Catherine’s arms on March 16, 2005. Now the devastated family is sharing their gut-wrenching story to raise awareness of the deadly disease and in particular for the whooping cough immunisation availabe to pregnant women …

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No, My Child Is Not Too Old For That, Thank You Very Much

  “How long is shegoing to do that for?” someone asked of my still-breastfeeding 2-year-old. “Isn’t she getting a little old?” No, but thank you for asking. “She’s still not potty trained, huh?” someone remarked about my just-turned-3-year-old. “Isn’t she getting too old for diapers?” No, but thanks for your concern. I can’t count how many times I’ve heard people …

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15 Alkaline Foods that Prevent Obesity, Cancer, and Heart Disease

Junk and processed food change the pH levels in your body. As a consequence, there is a distortion in the immune system, which leads to health disorders like cancer, obesity and heart disease. The Best 15 Alkaline Foods on the Planet 1. Spinach Spinach can eliminate free radicals, improve your memory, and keep your heart strong by being rich in …

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The Internet Is Loving How This Guy Handles His Girlfriend’s Anxiety

Mental illness is a part of life that many of us still don’t understand or know how to talk about. And even though anxiety disorders remain the most common form of mental illness in the country, the stigma society has created continues to make it difficult for those affected by them to ask for help and open up about their daily …

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See Gorgeous Photos of Moms Breastfeeding Their Toddlers

An Illinois photographer is shining a positive light on nursing through babyhood and beyond. In a series of photos titled “I Breastfeed My Toddler” (and in her forthcoming book, Breastfeeding Goddesses), Ivette Ivens beautifully captured the complicated, visceral side of breastfeeding, how it can make you feel powerful and nurturing and serene — often all at the same time. Moms …

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10 Things I Want Parents Who Vaccinate Their Kids To Know

Like most parents who don’t vaccinate, I  believe in freedom of choice for all parents.  If we could all respect each others choice to choose what’s best for our children, we could leave behind judgement and ridicule, and parenting would be a lot more peaceful.  That’s why it’s so upsetting to see  ignorant comments that are plastered all over social …

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Baby Born In Grocery Store Takes Fittingly Themed Newborn Photos

Ashleigh Miller-Cross didn’t even know she was pregnant. After making headlines for her surprise grocery store birth, a Canadian mom celebrated her baby’s arrival with an aptly themed newborn photo shoot. On April 28, Ashleigh Miller-Cross of Halifax, Nova Scotia, gave birth to her son Ezra in her local Atlantic Superstore. The mom, who had given birth to a daughter …

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Mark Zuckerberg gets his baby vaccinated. Anti-vaxxers go nuts.

Oculus Rift promotions aside, Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page mostly reads as a collection of feel-good family moments: a baby shower, his wife, Priscilla Chan, upon completing her medical residency, their shaggy Hungarian sheepdog in a Darth Vader costume. Since the Facebook chief executive‘s daughter, Max, was born in December, his profile page also has been a record of baby milestones, diaper changes and …

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I Kiss My Daughter on the Lips — and I Don’t Get What the Big F*cking Deal Is

Happy Birthday baby girl 🙏🏻💕 We all love you so much 💜💜💜 X @davidbeckham @brooklynbeckham kisses from mummy X A post shared by Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) on Jul 10, 2016 at 1:27am PDT Just under a year ago, I woke up to headlines about Victoria Beckham doing something “inappropriate” with her child. I don’t presume to know the personal lives …

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New Vaccine Could Slow Disease That Kills 600 Children a Day

A new vaccine against a diarrheal disease that kills about 600 children a day worked well in a large trial in Africa and appears to be a practical way to protect millions of children, scientists said on Wednesday. The new vaccine against rotavirus, the most common cause of death from diarrhea in children under age 5, is made by an …

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