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The Year in Medicine, from Time by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 4:51pm A Synopsis of The Year in Medicine 2008: From A to Z The financial world blew itself up, the political world turned upside down, but in 2008 the world of medicine just kept chugging. In good times and bad, science doesn't sleep, and every year brings breakthroughs, setbacks, reasons for worry and reasons for joy. TIME' s annual alphabetical ro ... Read on »
Baby Development – Why Does a Human Baby Need a Full Year Before Starting to Walk? by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 3:01pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist  When a new baby arrives, many parents are simply astounded by just how much a newborn can do within such a short period of time.  Normal infant development comes in stages, with significant milestones arriving typically over the course of a year or 2.   Yet when compared with othe ... Read on »
The Definitive Guide to Feeding Primal Babies by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 May 2009 10:00pm It’s commonly portrayed as the realm of infant formula, rice cereal, applesauce, teething biscuits, Zwieback toast and Cheerios. And in the following months a large pantry selection of strained this or that in tiny glass, commercial jars… Add to this picture more recent concoctions like toddler formula, Elmo crackers, mini juice packs, fruit gum ... Read on »
Baby Development – Why Does a Human Baby Need a Full Year Before Starting to Walk? by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Dec 2009 3:01pm By Colleen Hurley, RD, Certified Kid’s Nutrition Specialist  When a new baby arrives, many parents are simply astounded by just how much a newborn can do within such a short period of time.  Normal infant development comes in stages, with significant milestones arriving typically over the course of a year or 2.   Yet when compared with oth ... Read on »
That's One Fat Baby! by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 21 Jul 2008 10:14am by Emily Stephens According to arecent study, child care may lead to rather chunky infants. A University of Illinois study collected data on more than 8,100 nine-month old babies, who were weighed and measured repeatedly between 2001 and 2002. Fifty-five percent of the infants received daily care from someone other than a parent. Infa ... Read on »
That's One Fat Baby! by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 12:06am by Emily Stephens According to a recent study , child care may lead to rather chunky infants. A University of Illinois study collected data on more than 8,100 nine-month old babies, who were weighed and measured repeatedly between 2001 and 2002. Fifty-five percent of the infants received daily care from someone o ... Read on »
UK Growth Charts Adjusted for Breastfed Babies by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 May 2009 4:59pm Growth charts in the UK have not been updated since 1990 and were originally created based on the physical development of formula fed babies. New guidelines are being introduced that reflect the slower growth rates of breastfed babies. Using the new growth charts, more children will be classified as overweight. » See also: Chicago ... Read on »
Burn, Baby, Burn! Or, How to Save Your Skin by Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm It’s almost that time of year when people lay out to sizzle in the sun, like so many fillets crisping in the frying pan. Others will be out gardening, working or playing beneath the rays. They slather on their paba-free sunscreen, trusting that their skin, enviously golden-brown today, will remain supple, tan and cancer-free in the years to come. ... Read on »
National Institute of Health develops plan for Down Syndrome by Leticia V. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:31pm The National Institutes of Health has developed a research plan to advance understanding of Down syndrome and speed development of new treatments for the condition, the most frequent genetic cause of mild to moderate mental retardation and associated medical problems. The plan sets research goals for the next 10 years that build upon earlier ... Read on »
Why You Should Wear (or Carry) Your Baby (At Least Some of the Time) by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 29 Jan 2013 2:50am For hundreds of thousands of years, humans have been trying to figure out ways to avoid carrying their infants so that they could drink Frappucinos and update their Facebook status on their phones. Ancestral Inuit mothers had sled dog strollers placed on top of skis. Native Australians kept several varieties of marsupials megafauna as pets and ... Read on »