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CDC to Release Circumcision Recommendations

To snip or not to snip? That is the question on the minds of many expectant parents. Circumcision, the centuries-old ritual of removing an infant's foreskin, has long been associated with cultural and religious practices for various reasons. Ove...

Study suggests circumcision helps prevent HIV

There are three subjects that are almost guaranteed to turn an often amicable baby blog into a churning factory of frenzied word wars: breastfeeding, circumcision, and Walmart. And because I am a bit of a thin-skinned boot-quaker, I tend to avoid th...


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