Rare 'semi-identical' twins discovered during Australian woman's pregnancy

A rare set of semi-identical twins have been identified in Australia, only the second set ever reported in the world. (stock photo) A rare set of semi-identical twins — only the second set ever reported in the world — have been identified in Australia. The 4-year-old boy and girl from Brisbane share all of their mother’s DNA but only a part of their […]

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‘Executing Babies’: Here Are the Facts Behind Trump’s Misleading Abortion Tweet

The latest battle in the nation’s continuing war over abortion involves a federal bill called the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. Senate Democrats this week blocked the bill from reaching a vote, and President Trump responded with an angry tweet. Senate Democrats just voted against legislation to prevent the killing of newborn infant children. The Democrat position on abortion is […]

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Mother and Baby died in the delivery room, but the father can not finish with the tragedy

In Kulmbach, Klinikum occurred shortly before Christmas in 2018, a Drama in the delivery room. The mother of Regina and her Baby Ferdinand died shortly after birth. Meanwhile, a report by the legal medicine. It tries to explain, what is not to comprehend. The father can not accept it: is Still the question of what this 8 torments the father. […]

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Catelynn Lowell Is ‘Beyond Anxious’ as She Reaches Week 38 of Pregnancy

Any day now! Catelynn Lowell is nearing the end of her pregnancy, and the Teen Mom OG star is more than ready to meet her third baby girl. “38 weeks tomorrow!!!!!” the reality star, 26, captioned a Tuesday, February 19, Instagram post, featuring a screenshot from a pregnancy tracking app. “It’s getting so close! I’m beyond anxious to meet her […]

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What You and Your Family Need to Know About Maternal Depression

For the first time, a national health panel has recommended a way to prevent depression during and after pregnancy. This condition, known as perinatal depression, affects up to one in seven women and is considered the most common complication of pregnancy. The panel, the United States Preventive Services Task Force, said two types of counseling can help keep symptoms at […]

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Chance from one of survival to one Million: How early Chen George five Times the death defeated

Over 20 blood transfusions, blood poisoning, and three different hospitals and six operations. The list of treatments of George Bownes of the United Kingdom is a long one. The little Boy was born in July of last year. Three months early. When George was born, he weighed less than 700 grams and was as big as a syringe. “The Doctors […]

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Women in the U.S. Are Having Fewer Babies, Says CDC

U.S. fertility rates are relatively low from coast to coast, according to new data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The report looked at total fertility rates, or the number of children that a group of 1,000 women could be expected to have over their lifetimes given current age-specific birth rates. As […]

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Birthweight and early pregnancy body mass index may risk pregnancy complications

Women who were born with a low birthweight are at increased risk of pregnancy complications, according to a new Obesity study. The findings suggest that women who were born small may have been affected by unfavourable intrauterine conditions, and the physiological demands of pregnancy may act as a “second hit” leading to pregnancy complications. In the study of 5,336 women, […]

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