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"Starbuck" is a big, fat French-Canadian hug of a movie, a sperm-donations-gone-wrong farce that manages the occasional belly laugh but also offers moving takes on parenthood, family and what it means to grow up. David Wozniak (Patrick Huard) makes...
HealthWarmer weather brings many sensual wonders: sounds of happy birds, warmth against our skin, and the scent of freshly turned over soil. Indeed, as I walked my dog through Emmaus this week, I caught a glimpse of one urban farmer after another. They were all...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who take the epilepsy drug valproate during pregnancy are three times more likely to have a child with an autism spectrum disorder, suggests new research based on close to 700,000 babies born in Denmark. Previous studies...
Mayo Clinic Medical Edge: Risk of complications rises, but pregnancy can be safe for women with high blood pressurePremium Health News ServiceDEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am 35 and have two children. My husband and I want more kids, but I had high blood pressure during both pregnancies and am now on medication to control it. Is it safe to get pregnant again? ANSWER: Having high blood pressure does...
Re "Scalia's poison pen," Opinion, April 14 Bigoted as Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's views on homosexuality seem, he makes a valid legal point by intimating that equal protection claims asserted to support gay marriage similarly support...
Tags: Ethics, Values, Same-Sex Marriage, Family, Gays and Lesbians
Re "A 'red line' on Syria," Editorial, April 25 The lessons of our disastrous invasion of Iraq have been ignored. Syria presents no direct threat to the U.S., and yet the foreign policy elite and the media are increasingly saying we may have to...
About 10% of married couples suffer from infertility – the inability to conceive a child naturally. Through the better part of the 20th century, physicians considered this a minor and perhaps irrelevant problem, one that contributed overall to...
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved a drug to treat the severe nausea and vomiting that some women experience during early pregnancy. The Canadian-made medication will be marketed as Diclegis. It is the only prescription medication...
Jackie Kessler doesn't want to anyone to forget about her son, Jacob. Her son died two hours after he was born on June 11, 2011, from a chromosome defect called Trisomy 13. She knew about the defect while he was in the womb and knew that he only had...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- Alecia Danch has faced unusual odds on her path to learning taekwondo. The 22-year-old South Bend woman was born with mental and physical disabilities, and some things that most people take for granted are challenges for her. Walking can...
Premium Health News ServiceQ. I'm confused by conflicting reports about the benefits of multivitamins. Should I take one? A. What a simple, straightforward question! I wish I had a simple, straightforward answer. Here's the simple, uncomplicated part: Foods rich in the major...
Researchers have linked air pollution and birth defects among pregnant women in the San Joaquin Valley, according to a study by Stanford University School of Medicine. The study looked at women between 1997 and 2006, including 806 whose pregnancies were...
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