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Health & Baby

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  1. How to Outfox Your Baby

    Take it from Sarah O'Meara, a mother of three: accidents take only seconds. When her first child was around 3 months old, she was changing his diaper, and because he wasn't moving around much at that age, she didn't strap him onto the changing table. She let go for just a moment to grab something, a

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  2. Growing Pains: What Baby Growth Charts Really Mean

    Parents are a competitive bunch. So when the pediatrician whips out a growth chart and ranks baby's height and weight in percentiles, it's easy to wonder if something's wrong. Tenth percentile? Something must be stunting his growth. The 95th percentile? Omigod, she's huge, so much bigger than the ne

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  3. Know When to Hold 'Em

    Ask my 15-year-old if she knows any spoiled kids, and she'll rattle off a slew of examples (with a hint of envy): one friend whose parents gave her a $2,000 shopping spree, another who got a new car at 16 ... you get the picture. But if you're the parent of a newborn, don't sweat it, at least not ye

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  4. Do Fathers Bond as Strongly with Their Babies as Do Their Mothers?

    Q: Do fathers bond as strongly with babies as do their mothers? A: Since fathers don't carry the baby for nine months, give birth or breast-feed, the process of bonding is often slower and different. But the feelings can be just as strong, experts say. The term "engrossment" has been used to describ

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  5. Breast-Feeding: Nature's Formula for Success

    It used to be a common refrain: Breast-feeding is great to try, but if you decide against it, don't sweat it. Nobody's saying that anymore. "Breast-feeding isn't just a nice thing to do," says Dr. Lawrence Gartner, a pediatrician and chairman for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) task force o

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  6. Cutting to the Point on Circumcision

    From the time Debra Sherman and her husband, Mark Wilcox, learned through prenatal genetic tests that they were having a boy, they agonized over whether to circumcise their baby. "I didn't want the first decision we make for him to be a bad one," Sherman says. In the end, the Chicago couple decided

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  7. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

    Like any syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) is a group of signs and symptoms that appear together and indicate a certain condition. In the case of FAS, the signs and symptoms are birth defects that result from a woman's use of alcohol during her pregnancy. Among their symptoms, children with FAS

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  8. A Mother's Dilemma

    July 31, 2000 -- Breastfeeding my first son Julian hadn't gone as I had planned. For months I prepared, just like all the moms I knew. I attended a breastfeeding workshop, selected a pro-breastfeeding pediatrician, hired an ardent breastfeeding advocate to be our birth and labor coach, and read up o

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  9. Hearing Trouble

    July 24, 2000 -- Veronica Miller was only 1 year old when her mother, Laura, first began to worry about her hearing. Veronica didn't seem to respond when her parents called out her name. And she rarely babbled or made baby talk like other kids her age. But her pediatrician said some children start t

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  10. Can the Umbilical Cord Save Lives?.

    June 26, 2000--When Lisa Taner, 34, learned that she was pregnant, she wanted to donate her umbilical cord blood, a once discarded birth byproduct that she knew could save lives. Not only would she give birth to one child, but by banking her cord blood she might have the opportunity to help another

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