Yet as Jack’s feelings for Mel grew stronger, Charmaine had planned to leave Virgin River and move away with the babies. Some fans have suggested the babies do not belong to Jack, and Charmaine was just using it as a reason to get him to stay with her. They have taken to Reddit to discuss […]
That San Francisco townhouse is getting awfully crowded in Fuller House‘s final season… minus one notable absence. Netflix has released a trailer for the first half of Season 5 — debuting Friday, Dec. 6 on the streamer — and there are lots of big life milestones in the air: Stephanie and Jimmy bring their new […]
Piers continued: “That’s fine, what worries me is it’s ten days, and let’s hope, fingers crossed, they just keep doing that then it’s fine. “But if they start banging on about their pet issues it’s all going to go horribly wrong. “You can do it Meghan, just don’t be woke just be that, be a […]
Infants at high risk of developing food allergies should be offered common allergenic foods at around age six months – but not before four months, according to new Canadian Paediatric Society guidelines.
CAESAREAN sections are causing thousands of women to lose babies in subsequent pregnancies, according to a leading obstetrician.
Mark Schiefelbein/AP Photo Chinese scientist He Jiankui shocked the world with his recent claim that he modified the genes of two babies. However, his methods of achieving a medical breakthrough are consistent with China’s culture of innovation at any cost. While many scientists follow Western standards of medicine and innovation, China may decide to go […]
Sixteen celebrity babies are on their way in 2019. Links to announcements, Instagram posts of the soon-to-be-moms and dads. One of the unborn babies already has 63k followers on Instagram. There were so many celebrity babies born in 2018, and 2019 promises even more famous births. Here are all the celebrity babies that we can’t […]
He Jiankui was broadly condemned for editing the DNA of twins. But more widely used forms of gene editing, like IVF, perpetuate inequality by design. https://media.wired.com/photos/5c12e05984c514347f1b7949/master/pass/Ideas_Art_CRISPR-112505422.jpg
Researchers say the shock created by Chinese scientist He Jiankui’s claim that he helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies could set back responsible studies into preventing genetic disorders.
portioid/iNaturalist CC BY-SA 4.0 Researchers in China studied Toxeus magnus, a species of jumping spider, and discovered that its mothers nursed babies with their own secreted “milk.” The milk has about four times the amount of protein typically found in cow’s milk. Scientists believe the female spiders developed this ability in response to food shortages […]