Wednesday, December 19, 2018
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Why giving birth in the U.S. is surprisingly deadly

This story appears in the January 2019 issue ofNational Geographic magazine.There are times when flip-flops and sweatpants seem appropriate. At a Saturday afternoon picnic...

US Fertility Rates Have Plummeted Into Uncharted Territory, And Nobody Knows...

The US birth rate has hit a new record low, with women in nearly every age group giving birth to fewer babies than a...

These Owl Chicks Have Two Moms and a Dad-a First

When Jim Thomas came into his office one morning in late February, he realized he was not alone. "I heard this racket outside my...

Sickening: Major food corporations use tissue from aborted babies to manufacture...

(NaturalNews) Every time you purchase mass-produced processed "food" from the likes of Kraft, PepsiCo, or Nestle, you're choosing, whether you realize it...

Babies Who Get More Cuddles Seem to Have Their Genetics Changed...

The amount of close and comforting contact that young infants get doesn't just keep them warm, snug, and loved.A 2017 study says it can...

Tiny Mummy’s ‘Alien’ Appearance Finally Explained

Ata is just six inches tall, with a conical-shaped head and unusually hard bones for her size. Some have claimed that she's an alien....

24 California Stores Among Dozens of Toys ‘R’ Us Locations Being...

Liquidation sales began Wednesday at select Toys "R" Us and Babies "R" Us locations, weeks after the company announced it would shutter about a...

More Than 1,000 Rhinos Poached in South Africa Last Year

Rhino poaching is still at crisis levels, according to the South African government, which today released statistics on rhino poaching and rhino horn smuggling...

New Study Shows It Does Matter Which Books You Read to...

Parents often receive books at pediatric checkups via programs like Reach Out and Read and hear from a variety of health professionals and educators...

Lost Native American Ancestor Revealed in Ancient Child’s DNA

A baby girl who lived some 11,500 years ago survived for just six weeks in the harsh climate of central Alaska, but her brief...