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Survival rates of preemies seem to be improving with each decade. Credit: Corbis "My Child Made the Tiniest Baby List." This is not a bumper sticker you want to slap on the back of your Buick. Tiny babies face gigantic problems. ...Odds may be improving for tiny babies. Slightly.
Warm up your wee one. Credit: EmbraceWould you like fries with that? The Embrace Infant Warmer may look like a way to roast a baby with a side of potatoes, but it's actually a potential life-saver for children in the developing world. ...The Embrace Infant Warmer may look like a way to roast a baby with a side of potatoes, but it's actually a potential life-saver for children in the developing world.
One would think the obvious answer to that question is yes. One would surmise that exercise would help anyone stop smoking, right? After all, you're striving to do something healthy, sort of the opposite of smoking, by getting out there and running ...
Smoking is a hard habit to break, there's no doubt about it. In fact, according to USA Today, only 10 to 20% of people who try quitting succeed. But expectant mothers have a reason to quit smoking that goes beyond their own health -- smoking during ...