LOL, this mockumentary is dedicated to all the moms out there who are Prime and sort of addicted. 😉 Btw, this video is not sponsored, the adorable dog is on loan. Thank you to our producer Katie for letting us borrow JoJo. And no I really didn’t do this (though I’ve thought a lot about
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Grab your passport, camera, and sunglasses because we’re headed on an adventure around the world! Wait, you might need a few more things than your sunglasses. Travelling can be a hassle and soooo expensive. But today’s video will help you save time, money, space, and stress on your next trip. We’ll show you how to
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New research has uncovered a surprising role for so-called “jumping” genes that are a source of genetic mutations responsible for a number of human diseases. In the new study from Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI), scientists made the unexpected discovery that these DNA sequences, also known as transposons, can protect against
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In a medical records study covering thousands of children, a U.S.-Canadian team led by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine concludes that while surgery to correct congenital heart disease (CHD) within 10 years after birth may restore young hearts to healthy function, it also may be associated with an increased risk of hypertension — high blood
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Play-Doh is the bane of many parents’ existence. The modeling compound may seem all fun and innocent on the surface, but the reality is a gray jumbled mess, dried bits stuck in rugs and bad snack choices. Naturally, the funny parents of Twitter lament their frustrations with the stuff in the form of hilarious tweets.
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Staph infections are caused by a group of bacteria called Staphylococcus. There are 40 different types of Staphylococci, with the most common one inhabiting humans being Staphylococcus aureus. In normal cases, these bacteria do not cause any illness or infections. However, when these bacteria enter your child’s body through a
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Imgorthand via Getty ImagesParents don’t set out to raise children who are entitled, but it can happen unintentionally. Here’s what to look out for.  Parents certainly don’t set out to raise children who are entitled — kids who think that they’re somehow owed something by the world around them — but it happens. And not
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WARNING: We might seem like total lunatics if you’ve managed to escape the Roblox craze, a multi-player game that kids have somewhat used to “stay connected” during the pandemic. Hopefully the rest of you can relate to this role reversal hahaha. Follow What’s Up Moms at: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WhatsUpMoms Instagram: http://instagram.com/whatsupmoms Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/whatsupmoms Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/whatsupmoms Follow
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Curing cancer has been the dream of countless doctors and researchers over the decades. Yet some types of cancer, whether because they affect relatively few people or lack influential advocates, receive less attention and funding than others. A recent gift to Harvard Medical School is boosting efforts to understand and combat these understudied malignancies. Established
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New research by a team from the Cleveland Clinic and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has determined that surgeries performed late in the workweek, and those culminating in discharge to a specialty care facility, are associated with higher costs and unnecessarily longer stays in the hospital following a common elective spine
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SolStock via Getty ImagesNewborns are vulnerable to infection, so it’s important to take extra precautions in the pandemic era.  As more Americans receive COVID-19 vaccinations, many activities people have avoided over the last year will likely become less risky. For parents of newborns, there’s the hope that they may feel safe introducing their babies to
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