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Watch out, moms! You can now get arrested for sleeping. That's what happened to one N.Y. woman whose three-year-old son wandered out of the house in the middle of the night and was found at a hotel down the street.

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Trend alert! You heard it here first: Those lovely birth announcements aren’t just for the mail anymore. Instead, blow them up and blow them out by making a beautiful art piece for baby’s wall.

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I will admit I have a serious problem. My consumption of junk food is out of control. It's not like I'm out of shape or anything, because I do play sports and exercise. However, you tell me that I eat too much sugar. You tell me I will gain a ton of weight when I'm older.

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Change the law, change the culture?

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Have you heard the one about the lady who’s planning on birthing her baby in her own personal koi tank? Yup: She’s going to have her baby in a ginormous fish bowl. I know this because Jane -- the pregnant lady in question -- started a blog (and quite the stir...48,000-plus people have already clicked) in order to answer FAQ about said birth.

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Many reports have suggested binaural beat therapy can affect mood, anxiety, and even improve symptoms of developmental delay. Unfortunately the majority of the reports and articles making the aforementioned claims are in the form of empirical data. Peer review literature utilizing 30 minute long treatment sessions with a frequency of 2 times per week for 4 weeks reveal interesting findings. A relatively small sample size of 15 volunteers with mild anxiety reported lower inventory scores on pre- and post-study, State-Trait Anxiety Inventories. However, the scores were not statistically significant. Statistical significance indicates that an occurrence of the data was probably the result of a causative factor and not simply a chance result. Therefore data that is not statistically significant means the results were not most likely due to chance and not reliable. Altern Ther Health Med. 2001 Jan;7(1):58-63.Read more »Original post blogged on b2evolution.

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It’s sale season! My favorite time of the year to hit the stores and stock up with some great buys for the whole family (especially Mom!). Now I’m the first to admit that children and shopping work together about as well as oil and water, but if the circumstances dictate that you must take them [...]

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I'm what you would call an affectionate mom. I’m always planting smooches on my six-year-old daughter -- I've kissed her belly, her toes, and frequently, when I'm heading out the door, we pucker up and smack our lips together to say good-bye.

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Dear Parents of Every Child We Know,

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It's my runway show and I'll cry if I want to! Glamour, fashion and the patented bored, pouty expression are mainstays of Paris runway shows.

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