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  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 305: 'Say the Word'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 305: 'Say the Word'
    The most disturbing occurrence of this week's episode of The Walking Dead had to be when Rick — still grieving the death of his estranged wife, Lori — finds the room of the prison where she recently gave birth to their baby via fatal C-...
  • News of the Weird: Impressively Corrupt!

    News of the Weird: Impressively Corrupt!
    Chutzpah! The former police chief of Bell, Calif., Randy Adams, had resigned in disgrace after prosecutors charged eight other city officials with looting the municipal budget. Adams had been recruited by the alleged miscreants (at a sweetheart salary...
  • Should cows go over due date?

    What do you do when you have a cow that is springing with calf but over her due date? I get asked that question quite often and my answer is almost always an unequivocal "Induce her!" The only reason I say my answer is almost always and not always is the...
  • Early deliveries down with use of education guide

    Early deliveries down with use of education guide
    Fewer moms scheduled early deliveries when hospitals used a tool kit to promote full-term pregnancies, according to a research funded by the March of Dimes and others. Researchers looked at deliveries at 25 hospitals who used the tool kit and found that...
  • Triplets born at Dodge City hospital

    Triplets born at Dodge City hospital
    A Dodge City family sees triple with new additions to the family. Jimena, Jasmine and Jadien were born Easter Sunday at Western Plains Medical Center. They are the first triplets ever born at the hospital. The babies were born a minute apart, and...
  • Blacksburg mother convicted of DUI and manslaughter charges of newborn pleads no contest

    Blacksburg mother convicted of DUI and manslaughter charges of newborn pleads no contest
    A Blacksburg woman previously indicted on charges that she was driving drunk when she got into an accident that killed her unborn son pled no contest on Wednesday to involuntary manslaughter and driving under the influence. Harmony Stair, 33, pled no...
  • 6,000 women a day hit menopause

    6,000 women a day hit menopause
    American babies are most likely to be born in August and on Tuesdays, least likely in November and on Sundays. A female is born with 1 million eggs, but only about 300 of the hardiest make it to the final gate, ovulation. About 6,000 women reach menopause...
  • Experts: Lack of 'tummy time' causes developmental delays in children

    Experts: Lack of 'tummy time' causes developmental delays in children
    Medical professionals call it a national epidemic: normal children who are delayed in accomplishing basic skills like holding a pencil or catching a ball.  At least one expert calls them "bucket babies."  They're kids who spend too much time in containers...
  • Maternal Mortality Rate Causes Alarm

    Maternal Mortality Rate Causes Alarm
    After a difficult pregnancy, weeks of bed rest and an emergency cesarean section, Liz Logelin got only a quick peek at her daughter before the newborn, healthy but premature, was whisked away to the neonatal unit. The next day, a nurse arrived with a...
  • Babies' Bacteria Depend on Delivery

    Babies' Bacteria Depend on Delivery
    Concern about a newborn's bacterial flora is not a topic you're likely to hear discussed in the waiting room of the maternity ward — but that may change. A new study has found that the way in which babies are delivered exposes them to specific...
  • C-Section Most Common Surgery

    C-Section Most Common Surgery
    According to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the most common surgery in the country is now cesarean delivery of infants, also known as C-sections. Although an acceptable rate has not been established for this type of...