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School tells students to pull down their pants for inspection after feces found on gym floor
Eighty percent of children no longer had peanut allergy reactions after receiving daily treatments for 18 months
Blizzard made traveling difficult for women in labor but made conditions perfect for creating a fall baby boom
Study finds baby names that are perceived as too different may adversely affect children later in life
Court rules naming a baby 'Nutella' is 'contrary to the child's interest'
Dad's liver matches, but his partial transplant can only save one of his twins
Pregnant mom, who has epilepsy, had trained her 4-year-old daughter to call for help in emergencies
Births by women who were pregnant between the ages of 50 and 54 increased by more than 165 percent from 2000 to 2013
Study links rare kind of brain tumor to birth control use, but scientists say women shouldn't stop using oral contraception just yet
Don't laugh it off. Laughing gas, or nitrous oxide, is being used more often as an alternative to epidurals during labor.