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Pregnant women who take anti-depressants are more likely to have children with speech and learning difficulties, a study has suggested.  Researchers from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health stated the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) in this medication can “infect” the placenta.  The study, published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry, looked at 845,345 births between […]

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David Beckham set out to prove his pancake flipping skills were better than his kids’ by posting comparable videos on Instagram. The dad-of-four uploaded a clip of himself smoothly flipping a perfectly-shaped pancake in slow motion. “Happy pancake day kids… Daddy showing the way it’s done,” he captioned it. David Beckham’s pancake flip After his […]

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The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2016 is almost upon us, so what better time to take a trip down memory lane and look back at every single catwalk show ever held. Held in 1995, the first ever VS Fashion Show was a stripped back affair – a far cry from the multi-million dollar, live music-packed […]

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A mum has crafted her own ‘Little Boys’ Hair 101′ in response to people who criticise her three boys for having long hair.  Chloe Dunstan, who blogs at Chloe and Beans, is mum to Evan, four, Otto, three, Felix, two, and 11-month-old triplets, Henry, Rufus and Pearl.  She said her boys are clean, happy and comfortable, […]

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Rafael Nadal stopped a tennis match when he heard a distraught mum in the crowd who had lost her child. The 30-year-old Spaniard was preparing to serve in his game against John McEnroe, but turned to the crowd when he heard the woman’s cries.  YouTube The mother, who was at the stadium in Majorca, Spain, […]

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Cuddles. When it comes to things you can do for your children that make a huge impact in later life – not to mention bring immediate joy – nothing beats them.  Few things are better for your tots than those moments of physical affection: the tight hug, the shoulder squeeze, the under-the-duvet snuggle. Close contact […]

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An eight-year-old girl who wants to change the way people view autism wrote a heartwarming letter to the “autism fairy” and shared it on Facebook. Cadence’s mother often shares her writing on her blog ‘I Am Cadence’, in the hope of challenging the stigma associated with autism.  Short pieces Cadence from Queensland, Australia, has written […]

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A national baby charity has launched a campaign to dispel “dangerous” myths about a baby’s movements during pregnancy.  Tommy’s #MovementsMatter campaign, supported by Kicks Count and NHS England, aims to “empower” pregnant women by providing them with up-to-date information about their baby’s movements.  “There are no set number of movements a woman should feel, what is […]

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The school summer holidays are almost upon us. But instead of feeling completely jubilant at the thought of spending a mammoth six weeks with the little darlings, we’re just adding more wine to the shopping list. Although we pine for our kids when we leave them in the playground every morning, there is something so […]

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Parents whose children are fussy eaters can rest easy in the knowledge that it’s not all their fault.  Researchers from the UK and Norway looked at more than 1,900 families with twins aged 16 months to see if genetics were involved in picky eating.  The analysis showed a child’s tendency to be picky about eating is heavily […]

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