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'Dear Republicans: Nobody Likes a Sore Loser!'

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Dear Republicans: Nobody likes a sore loser. Just leave healthcare alone.


How the First Nine Months Shape the Rest of Your Life

Time Magazine

This week's "Time" cover story suggests that our nine months of gestation constitute the most consequential period of our lives, permanently influencing the wiring of the brain and the functioning of organs such as the heart, liver and pancreas.


Mom 'Cut in Two' to Remove Her Bone Cancer

Janis Olsson

When Janis Olsson was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant, doctors cut her pelvis in half to remove the tumor, then reassembled her -- a procedure so risky they practiced on cadavers first.


Let's Create a Future without Women's Cancers!

city of hope

City of Hope's Women's Cancers Program is making it easy to support a future free of women's cancers with their "All In Week" awareness drive, which kicks off today (Sept. 23). Find out how you can join the movement ....


Get Your Whole Family Healthy -- NOW!

kid eating fruit
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. If you are looking for ways to get your family healthy, check out this 42-day crash course that will change the way you think about eating and snacking.


'Baby Einstein' Creator Julie Clark on Telling Kids about Cancer

You are the best medicine

Michael Douglas recently sat down with his 10-year-old son, Dylan, and his 7-year-old daughter, Carys, and told them about his cancer diagnosis -- straight up. "Baby Einstein" inventor and writer Julie Clark has been in Douglas' shoes, and she's written a book for parents to help them explain cancer to children.


MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell Cooks Up 'Baby Love'

Baby Love
Somehow, MSNBC's chief Washington correspondent, Norah O'Donnell, and her chef and restaurant-owner husband, Geoff Tracy, found time to write a cookbook for kids. Good thing, too, because finally there's a realistic and easy guide for millions of busy parents who are looking for healthier, cost-effective and delicious meals for their little ones!


Study: No Need to Wait after a Miscarriage before Trying Again

pregnant woman

If you've recently suffered a miscarriage, you'll be thrilled to hear that you don't need to wait a few months before trying to conceive again. A recent University of Aberdeen study of 30,000 women concluded that conceiving within six months of a miscarriage provides the best shot at a healthy, successful pregnancy.