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From now through July 12, 2014, when customers purchase selected national brand products, they will receive Giant brand equivalent products for free. Through July 5, 2014, the selected products include: Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce (18oz), Tide Laundry
The app will allow parents to experientially record important baby milestones, using a number of tools, while being able to move with ease, like their little ones do.
This is a subject that makes me sad being a mother. A 21 month old baby was napping in his diapers and p.j. When he wakes up, he has
Consumer goods maker Kimberly-Clark said Wednesday that it will sell surgical gowns and packs to Premier, a health care alliance, under a new three-year contract...The company did not say how much revenue it expects from the deal. Premier Inc. says
Food Link Inc. has floor-to-ceiling stacks of diapers, baby bottles, canned foods and other basic-need items the organization collects to distribute to parents in need. Food Link distributes its diaper stock to seven pantries throughout Anne Arundel
Giving back to those in need after struggling from her own fertility issues, Giuliana Rancic participated in a charity donation at the Baby2Baby warehouse in Los Angeles, CA on Wednesday (August 21)...News host sported a blue frock with her new
New York-based Pixie Scientific has developed urine-tracking Smart Diapers, which feature a QR code on the bottom of the diaper that changes colors when your baby has urinated. Parents can then scan the code with their smartphone using a companion
The company partnered with Ogilvy & Mather, Argentine advertising firm to create a pair of belts worn around the belly by both the mother and father, which let dads feel the baby kicks in real time. The belt worn by the mother senses and localizes
When baby wees, the whole world sees May 31, 2013 7:31pm Diaper tweets when baby wees . Just a concept product for now, the Huggies TweetPee diaper features a clip-on sensor linked to a mobile app that alerts you when baby needs changing.
It is apparently a small device that looks like a bird, with a sensor that clips to a diaper. When the diaper becomes wet, it alerts the parents by sending a tweet, CBS news reported. The device works with a 'TweetPee app' that lets parents keep an