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Justin and Brittany Alston, the 21 year old parents of 9 month old Riley Alston have been sentenced to 60 years in prison for allegedly trying to starve their baby to death. Authorities report that in December of 2012, several teenagers were at
Grieving parents of toddler who fell from window call for childproofing regulations The parents of a toddler who died after falling from an apartment window with a flimsy catch are urging the Government to instigate childproofing regulations.
WE ALL know exercise is good for us, but which exercises are good for the brain, too? These are five best sports to improve a kid's learning ability. Northern California hospital say a couple has given birth to a rare set of naturally conceived
People who still wish to help the victims of the tornado that struck Washington, Ill., last month, have through 5 p.m. Monday to participate in a collection co-sponsored by the city of Geneva. Items can be dropped off at the Shodeen Inc. headquarters
The toddler tried to clean his brothers but one has been left with cerebral palsy A three-year-old boy drowned his newborn twin brother and left the other permanently brain damaged as he tried to bathe them while his alcoholic mother slept.
Click to rate Sandrine, Seattle, 7 minutes ago Since time immemorial, mothers have slept with their infants at night, and all of a sudden now it is dangerous? I think an argument can be made that human infants do very well with co sleeping, provided
Can you say the whole thing without losing control of your mouth?...A chemical lurking in common products could be the surprising culprit...New York Times has reacted to the controversy stirred up by the photo.
Safe Sleep Day MidCentral District Health Board, Fuseworks December 5, 2013, 9:57 am MidCentral District Health Board will help support the very first national Safe Sleep Day on 6 December with Palmerston North Hospital hosting a pepi-pod and
Plunket clinical advisor Jess Beauchamp says Safe Sleep Day is a national campaign focused on promoting safe sleep practices for babies, so that every sleep is a safe sleep...It's the main preventable reason for death in children under the age of one.
The international research team, involving a Melbourne scientist, will now look at whether a blood test can be developed as an early screening tool to identify infants at risk of sudden and unexpected death in their first year. A collaboration