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Are Henna Tattoos Safe for Kids?

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This 11-year-old girl thought she was getting a temporary tattoo at her local mall. What she was left with were painful and permanent scars. Dr. Cara Natterson tells us if henna tattoos are safe for our kids.

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Warning: BPA Found in Baby Food Jars

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The estrogen-mimicking chemical bisphenol A is widely found in baby food sold in glass jars in Canada, according to a survey by Health Canada. Pediatrician Dr. Cara Natterson tells us if we should worry.

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Should or Should You NOT Vaccinate?!

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One mom ranted, "Vaccinate Your Kids, You Idiots!" Ouch. Harsh words, but definitely a hot-button issue amongst the moms.

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Would You Breastfeed Someone Else's Baby?

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There is a long history of women breastfeeding other women's children (as in the wet nurse), and this practice still goes on in many parts of the world -- including pockets of the U.S.

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Do ADHD Drugs Cause Sudden Death?

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This week, a study came out that scared us big-time ... it suggests that children and teens who take stimulants like Ritalin for ADHD have an increased risk for sudden cardiac death. Our pediatrician weighs in.

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'My 10-Year-Old Has Breast Cancer'

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Hannah is a 10-year-old girl who's been diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer. Now her mother talks to momlogic about her daughter's struggle, strength, and hope for the future.

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Toddler Dies After Swallowing Button Battery

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2-year-old Elaina Redding bled to death three weeks after swallowing a button-sized battery. Now her mom wants to warn other parents about this hidden danger.

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Here's How to REALLY Avoid Swine Flu

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Forget the surgical masks (for now). Some medical experts say the best way to prevent swine flu is to get enough sleep, eat right, and of course, wash your hands.

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