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Obese Women Have Higher Risk of Giving Birth to Babies with Certain Defects Women who are obese before becoming pregnant have a higher risk of giving birth to babies with congenital defects, such as missing limbs or underdeveloped spinal cords, according to researchers at t ...
Aug 08 2007 4:22pm
Folate-Rich 'Super Tomato' Could Cut Birth Defects You say tomato, scientists say "fewer birth defects." U.S. researchers say they've created a folic acid-enriched "super tomato" that could cut the rate of birth defects, anemia and other folate defic ...
Apr 03 2007 11:43am
Mom gives birth to sextuplets, then trains for marathon I saw a story on TV last night about a woman who gave birth to sextuplets, and after coming home with the babies and they started to grow, began training for a marathon with walks with the children ...
Jun 21 2008 8:38am
wow that's alot of babies at once how can you take care of them all at once? more
May 05 2009 4:13pm
Birth weight 'sets future health' Blood vessel changes linked to poor health later in life can be spotted within a few years in boys born small, say scientists. Eight-year-olds who were smaller at birth were more likely to hav ...
Aug 01 2008 9:43am
Would this apply to babies born prematurely, or just normal term? more
May 27 2010 2:06pm
Reduce the risk of crib death Crib death is the sudden unexpected death of an apparently well baby aged from birth to two years. You might hear it called sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). ...
Aug 22 2008 6:28pm
Overview of Chlamydia trachomatis and the Disease. The Chlamydia is a Bacterial; from the chlamydia trachomatis strain which lives in vaginal fluid and semen. It can transmit mainly through vaginal and anal sex; although it is much less common, it c ...
Apr 22 2009 9:10am
Hirschsprung's Disease Hirschsprungs Disease (congenital aganglionic megacolon) is a birth defect in which nerve cells in the wall of the large intestine do not develop. These nerve cells, called ganglion cells, control the ...
Aug 12 2009 9:36am
Major Depressive Disorder I am a person, a unique complex individual. My diagnosis does not define who I am. It only describes some of the things that I experience. Major depressive disorder is one way to describe how I feel ...
Aug 23 2008 12:33pm
Thank you jackie.  I really appreciate your comment. more
Jan 12 2010 8:04am
The Keys to Post-Pregnancy Weight Loss New research shows it takes just three things to lose the post-pregnancy pounds. * Daily walking * Reduction in TV watching * No Trans fats The study included 902 women who reported ...
Mar 08 2007 11:22am
Marvelous Marathon Mom I thought this was a pretty incredible story. British world record-holding marathon runner Paula Radcliffe won the women's division of the New York City Marathon just nine months after giving birth. ...
Dec 29 2007 12:36pm