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The Safety 1st Detach and Go Grooming Kit combines all of the essential infant grooming items in a neatly zippered travel case. Co...ntains 18 items! Features newly designed detachable travel case in new orange and gray color scheme. Nail Clipper Read More

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The ThermoScan ExacTemp with Feedback System confirms with a light and beep when you have taken an accurate measurement. It is qui...ck and easy; takes the measurement within seconds. Model Features: ExacTemp technology with Feedback System Read More

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Steady Grip Nail Clippers 5 Emery Boards Gentle Care Hairbrush and Comb Cradle Cap Comb Digital Thermometer (with Case) 5 Alcohol ...Wipes 5 Thermometer Covers Bottle Medicine Dispenser Clear Tip Nasal Asp Read More

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Official licensed product of the American Red Cross The First Years will pay 2-3% of the purchase price of this product to the Ame...rican Red Cross. Grooming essentials for growing baby. Contains brush, comb, scissors, nail clipper, fingertip toothbrush, Read More

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2 Usage Options. Disposable or Reusable Contoured shape for easy mucus removal Includes 9 disposable tips, 3 reusable tips Vinyl s...torage bag Includes 2 AA replaceable alkaline batteries Read More

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The 1st Grooming Kit contains all the essential items to help you keep your baby groomed on the go! Reversible Case Compact cube-s...haped case reverses to a pencil caseFor travel and storage Fold-Up Nail Clippers Curved cutt Read More

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Official licensed product of the American Red Cross The First Years will pay 2-3% of the purchase price of this product to the Ame...rican Red Cross. An instant ear thermometer designed to easily and accurately take babys temperature. Features accurate 1- Read More

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3 Auto Sensor Tips Rectal, Underarm and Oral Large LCD screen 5 Second reading all three modes Clock FeverFlash? bar. Red=Fever 10... Memory Recall. Temp and Time Tips store inside thermometer Fahrenheit and Celsius Fever Chart on back of thermometer. Read More

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WHO DECIDES WHICH FACTS ARE TRUE? In 1998 Andrew Wakefield, a British gastroenterologist with a history of self-promotion, publish...ed a paper with a shocking allegation: the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine might cause autism. The media seized hold of the story and, in the process, helped to launch one of the most devastating health scares ever. In the years to come Wakefield would be revealed as a profiteer in league with class-action lawyers, and he would eventually lose his medical license. Meanwhile one study after another failed to find any link between childhood vaccines and autism. Yet the myth that vaccines somehow cause developmental disorders lives on. Despite the lack of corroborating evidence, it has been popularized by media personalities such as Oprah Winfrey and Jenny McCarthy and legitimized by journalists who claim that they are just being fair to ?both sides? of an issue about which there is little debate. Meanwhile millions of dollars have been diverted from potential breakthroughs in autism research, families have spent their savings on ineffective ?miracle cures,? and declining vaccination rates have led to outbreaks of deadly illnesses like Hib, measles, and whooping cough. Most tragic of all is the increasing number of children dying from vaccine-preventable diseases. In The Panic Virus Seth Mnookin draws on interviews with parents, public-health advocates, scientists, and anti-vaccine activists to tackle a fundamental question: How do we decide what the truth is? The fascinating answer helps explain everything from the persistence of conspiracy theories about 9/11 to the appeal of talk-show hosts who demand that President Obama ?prove? he was born in America. The Panic Virus is a riveting and sometimes heart-breaking medical detective story that explores the limits of rational thought. It is the ultimate cautionary tale for our time. Read More

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