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  1. Emily Procter Investigates New Motherhood

    Don't expect Emily Procter to be the sort of celebrity mom who slips straight from the delivery room into her size 0 jeans. Since daughter Pippa (short for Philippa) was born in early December, the CSI: Miami star has had far bigger priorities to focus on than her pants size. Right now, the 42-year-

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  2. Study: Baby Products Contain Risky Flame Retardants

    May 18, 2011 -- Four out of five baby products tested in a new study contained potentially toxic flame retardants, including one removed from children's pajamas almost four decades ago. The products, which were not identified by brand, included nursing pillows, changing pads, portable crib mattresse

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  3. Antibiotic Use May Be Linked to Kids' Asthma Risk

    May 16. 2011 -- Infants who take antibiotics during the first year of life may be at a slightly increased risk of developing asthma by age 18, a study shows. The study also suggests a similar risk of asthma for children whose mothers took antibiotics during pregnancy. The study appears online in Ped

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  4. Marital Strife Linked to Infants’ Sleeping Woes

    May 11, 2011 -- Infants who are exposed to marital discord are more likely to have trouble sleeping during infancy and when they approach the toddler stage, a study shows. Researchers evaluated more than 350 families when their babies were 9 months old and 18 months old. All the babies had been adop

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  5. Low Vitamin D at Birth Linked to Lung Infections

    May 10, 2011 -- Newborns with low vitamin D levels have a sixfold higher risk of lung infections with respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), Dutch researchers say. RSV is the major cause of serious lung infections in infants. During the first 12 months of life, it's the most common cause of bronchioliti

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  6. FDA Warns About Teething Medication

    May 5, 2011 -- The FDA has issued a warning to consumers about the use of benzocaine, the main ingredient in over-the-counter liquids and gels used to reduce teething pain in very young children. Benzocaine is associated with a rare but serious condition called methemoglobinemia, which greatly reduc

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  7. Bottle Feeding at Age 2 Raises Obesity Risk

    May 5, 2011 -- Kids who regularly use a bottle at age 2 are more likely to be obese by the time they’re ready for kindergarten than those who switch to cups at younger ages, a study shows. Current guidelines, which were written to help prevent tooth decay, recommend that babies stop bottle feeding a

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  8. Infant Growth Spurts Tied to More Sleep

    May 2, 2011 -- It has often been thought that an infant’s sleeping patterns are related to his or her growth, but this theory was never documented until now. New research in the May 1 issue of Sleep shows that an increase in the number of sessions of sleep, as well as an increase in total daily hour

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  9. Moms Are Giving Babies Herbal Supplements, Teas

    May 2, 2011 -- The first study to look at the use of herbal supplements or medicinal teas in babies finds that about 9% of moms report using these remedies in infants under a year old. The study, which is based on a nationwide survey of new mothers conducted by the CDC and the FDA, found that moms w

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  10. Study: Fussy Babies Linked to ADHD Risk

    April 20, 2011 -- Babies who cry excessively and have difficulty sleeping and feeding may be at increased risk for behavioral problems during childhood, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a study shows. Close to 20% of all babies show signs of “regulatory issues” such as pers

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