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Sun exposure in babies could mean cancer later
Getting too much sun is bad for anyone, but it’s especially dangerous for babies, whose sensitive skin hasn’t developed enough layers of natural protection to withstand intense summer rays. (CNN)

Warnings and tips for stepparents
Editorial from CNN: Forty percent of Americans have at least one steprelative in their family, either a stepparent, a stepsibling or half sibling, or a stepchild, according to the Pew Research Center. (CNN)

GoodGuide Ranks the Best and Worst Baby Foods
Concerns about the eating habits of American children are constantly in the headlines, whether it’s the ballooning obesity epidemic among youngsters or bans on Happy Meals to encourage fast food chains to serve healthier food. (Wallet Pop)

Dirty Truth: Humans Eat Dirt to Shield the Stomach
If you crave a snack of dirt and clay, you may be pregnant. New research shows that eating dirt, also called geophagy, is most common during the early stages of pregnancy and in young children, where the clay has a soothing effect on the stomach and can protect the individual from viruses and bacteria. (Fox News)

Why pregnancy and cancer are dangerous duo
During pregnancy a decline in the number of natural killer cells, which are a type of immune system cell, ripens conditions in the body for existing tumors to spread to new locations, a new study shows. (MSNBC)

Healthy Babies Are Worth the Wait
Every week of pregnancy is crucial to a newborn’s health, and today, the March of Dimes unveiled a new public education campaign to raise awareness about the important development that occurs during those last few weeks. (Yahoo News)

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