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babies born - Inside the Maternity Ward of a Gaza Hospital -- NYMag

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Inside the Maternity Ward of a Gaza Hospital -- NYMag

nymag.com2014-07-29 22:42:17Cache

Photo: Loulou d’AkiPhotographer Loulou d'Aki was in Berlin for a family vacation when Operation Defensive Edge broke out. The Swedish national, who had been based in Jerusalem for two years and had frequently traveled to Gaza, quickly cut her plans short and flew down to document the conflict.  Once there, d'Aki found herself back at the morgue of Gaza City's al-Shifa Hospital, which she'd also covered during Operation Pillar of Defense in 2012.

Inside the Maternity Ward of a Gaza Hospital -- NYMag

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Inside the Maternity Ward of a Gaza Hospital -- NYMag

nymag.com2014-07-29 22:42:17Cache

Photo: Loulou d’AkiPhotographer Loulou d'Aki was in Berlin for a family vacation when Operation Defensive Edge broke out. The Swedish national, who had been based in Jerusalem for two years and had frequently traveled to Gaza, quickly cut her plans short and flew down to document the conflict.  Once there, d'Aki found herself back at the morgue of Gaza City's al-Shifa Hospital, which she'd also covered during Operation Pillar of Defense in 2012.

David Tutera, Ryan Jurica -- Twins From Split Have Never Met

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David Tutera, Ryan Jurica -- Twins From Split Have Never Met

tmz.com2014-07-29 21:06:45Cache

Twins From Split Have Never Met 17 minutes ago BY TMZ STAFF EXCLUSIVE The twins born more than a year ago to David Tutera and ex-partner Ryan Jurica have never met.As TMZ previously reported, Tutera and Jurica each fertilized an egg that was implanted in the same surrogate, who gave birth to the two babies at the same time.  David and Ryan split before birth ... David kept the girl, Cielo, and Ryan kept the boy, Cedric.David told Harvey and Charles on "TMZ Live" ...

Latest News

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Latest News

sciencemag.org2014-07-29 00:12:07Cache

Pregnant women who smoke don’t just harm the health of their baby—they may actually impair their child’s DNA, according to new research. The finding may explain why the children of smokers continue to suffer health complications later in life. Babies born to smoking mothers tend to be smaller, have impaired lung function, and have a higher incidence of birth defects.

Word exclusive: Jade Jagger and daughter Assisi introduce their new babies

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Word exclusive: Jade Jagger and daughter Assisi introduce their new babies

hellomagazine.com2014-07-28 11:27:11Cache

28 JULY 2014 In a world exclusive interview and photoshoot with HELLO! magazine, Jade Jagger and her daughter Assisi introduce their new babies – born just a month apart. "It was quite peculiar that the pregnancies happened at the same time," Jade, who welcomed her third child, son Ray Emmanuel Fillary, four weeks after Assisi gave birth to daughter Ezra Key, said. "I can't help but have a sense of humour about it. But becoming a grandmother doesn't faze me or make me feel older.

Real Reasons New Mums Don\'t Breastfeed

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Real Reasons New Mums Don't Breastfeed

huffingtonpost.co.uk2014-07-28 01:32:41Cache

I totally get why people don't breastfeed their babies, either by expressing, or by breastfeeding directly. It is hard work. I used to judge people who said they formula fed their babies because they didn't have enough milk. However, when your first baby is born it can be an incredibly stressful time and breastfeeding is something that can take up to six weeks to learn. Nobody tells you that before the baby is born.

Neymars\' 455 Peruvian namesakes!

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Neymars' 455 Peruvian namesakes!

marca.com2014-07-26 18:21:45Cache

0 455 children named after star during World Cup ', pie : '' } }; The name 'Neymar' was the most popular for new-born babies in Peru during the first two weeks of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, with 455 babies registered with the starlet's name. Another 16 new-borns were named 'Neimar', according to a report by the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status (Reniec) in Lima.

Mother & Baby

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Mother & Baby

motherandbaby.co.uk2014-07-25 22:27:10Cache

Checking your baby’s hip health is important from birth to ensure he develops properly and goes on to take his first steps When your baby is born, one of the first things that the midwife or doctor will check is his hips, as part of a national screening programme called the Newborn Infant Physical Examination (NIPE).

World\'s first three-parent baby could soon be born in UK, as Government approves treatment

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World's first three-parent baby could soon be born in UK, as Government approves treatment

independent.co.uk2014-07-22 15:51:49Cache

In response to a consultation launched by ministers three months ago, the Department of Health has announced plans to legalise the use of IVF treatments which prevent babies from being born with diseases which affect mitochondria – the “powerhouse” of cells.Now, Britain could become the first country in the world to allow mitochondrial replacement (MR) therapy, following Government changes to fertility rules in February.

Prince George\'s Wacky Gifts: From a Baby Crocodile to a Field of Flowers

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Prince George's Wacky Gifts: From a Baby Crocodile to a Field of Flowers

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By Monique Jessen and Simon Perry 07/22/2014 at 08:00 AM EDT Prince George is one popular little boy. While most babies are given cute onesies or silver rattles to celebrate their births, Prince William and Kate's first-born child had a mountain of gifts (from 48 different countries) bestowed upon him during his first year. Some of them are wackier than others.

Silent Crime

thehindu.com2014-07-22 06:57:13Cache

Numbers reveal the occurrence of sex discrimination at birth in Tamil Nadu. A closer look at the vital statistics data based on the Civil Registration System (CRS), 2011, released by the Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner last month, shows that a total of 5, 50, 173 girl babies were born in Tamil Nadu as against 6, 07, 806 boy babies in that year. This is a sex ratio at birth of 905, calculated as the number of female babies for every 1000 male babies.