Did You Know That A Fathers Attention Can Increase Baby’s IQ?.. Here’s How

Giving birth and breastfeeding mean that biologically the mother is the prime nurturer of a child. However, this doesn’t mean that fathers shouldn’t be involved… If you’re a new father, spending plenty of time with your baby could boost their mental development, a new study suggests. British researchers looked at…

The ‘Sleeping Beauty Syndrome’ Is Real, This Girl Sleeps For Months at a Time

“I wanna show people what my life is like” says 22 year old vloger Beth Goodyear who was diagnosed with Kleine–Levin syndrome (KLS), also known as Sleeping Beauty syndrome  which is a rare sleep disordercharacterized by persistent episodic hypersomnia and cognitive or mood changes. Many patients also experience hyperphagia, hypersexuality and other…

Movie Star Bradley Cooper & Irina Shayk Welcome Their First Baby

We say a big congratulations to  Bradley Cooper and his girlfriend, Irina Shayk, as welcomed their first child together. The Oscar nominee, 42, and the Russian supermodel, 31, quietly welcomed their bundle of joy earlier this month. This is the first child for the couple, who started dating in April 2015…

Michelle Obama Wants Parents To Vote With Their Children In Mind
PHILADELPHIA — “With every word we utter, with every action we take, we know our kids are watching us,” Michelle Obama told the Democratic National Convention on Monday night. Her children, the first lady said, had lived a strange childhood in many ways, one in which they had been... Read more
PLEASE ADMIRE MICHELLE OBAMA NOSE-TWEAKING BARACK
Yesterday, the first family welcomed Singapore’s prime minister and his wife to the White House. Read more
They’re twins, but born 17 days apart
Alyssa Gullickson knows who’s paying attention when she tells the story about her children’s births. She can tell if they’re following along when she shares that, even though they’re twins, her children were born in different months, in different hospitals, in different counties. Read more
20 Adorable Hairstyles for Little Girls And How To Style Them
Tired of the same boring hairstyles for your little girl? Amp up the creativity and be inspired by some of these cute, hip and totally wearable hairstyles for little girls. Customize the looks to make them your own and make your little girl the coolest on the playground. Read more
Mom-of-Five Dies 10 Days after Delivering Triplets
A mom-of-five has passed away just days after giving birth to triplets, and now the Clay Center, Kan., community where she lived is rallying around the family she left behind. Read more
More Photos of Michelle Obama at the White House state dinner
President Obama hosted Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife, Ho Ching at the 12th state dinner Tuesday night in Washington. The black-tie affair – called by the White House a ‘celebration of summer bounty’ – marked the 50th anniversary of bilateral relations between the U.S. and... Read more
Five Fun Science Experiments You Can Do at Home With Your Kids
You’ve already taken your summer trip, it’s too hot to do anything outside, and the kids are tired of the library. It’s the perfect time for at-home science experiments. These five experiments are fun even if you don’t have kids, but if you do, there’s even more reason to... Read more
Michelle Obama’s Funniest Pictures
Checkout some of Michelle Obama’s funniest moments as FLOTUS. Read more
How A Toddler Survived For Three Days In The Bush In South Africa
An 18-month-old baby boy survived for three days without anything to eat or drink in Durban, South Africa. Setting aside dehydration concerns, doctors say the baby is in perfect health after being found in the bushes in the country. Read more
Michelle Obama wears gown by Brandon Maxwell, Gaga stylist
Michelle Obama opted for a strapless, unadorned ivory gown by American designer Brandon Maxwell, longtime stylist to singer Lady Gaga and a red carpet favorite, for Tuesday’s state dinner for the prime minister of Singapore. Read more

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