Things We’ve Read: Week of Aug. 18th, 2014

“Lean In” For Toddlers (The New Yorker): Toddlers aren’t bossy – they are just exercising their executive leadership skills!

The Wrong Way to Support Your Wife’s Breastfeeding (HuffPost): One dad’s realization of what being a parent and supporter means.

Vitamin B12: Deficiency and Supplements (Live Science): Pregnant women are prone to vitamin B12 deficiency. Read on to find about symptoms and what you can do to keep yourself and your child healthy.

Can Household Detergents Reduce Fertility? (Medical News Today): Two active ingredients commonly found in household detergents caused reproductive decline in mice, prompting concerns about how these ingredients affect human reproduction.

All Pregnant Women Need Flu Shots (WebMD): According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), several studies released in recent years have upheld the safety and effectiveness of flu vaccination during pregnancy.

Smoking During Pregnancy ‘May Impact Grandchildren’s Growth’ (Daily Mail): Study finds that effects of smoking can span generations.

7 Parenting Classes That Don’t Exist, But Should (HuffPost): One mom’s ideas of what parenting classes should also teach.

Could your birthday predict your fate? (BBC): A series of interesting correlations between time of birth and life factors.

Consumer Reports: Pregnant Women Should Steer Clear of Canned Tuna (Science World Report): New information recommends pregnant women to avoid canned tuna.



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