Aw! Nicole Kidman’s girls travel in matching dresses

by Carolyn Robertson posted in Celebrities Time to head home! After spending the holiday season in Australia, Nicole Kidman and her husband Keith Urban caught a flight out of Sydney on January 2 with their adorable daughters Sunday Rose, 5, and Faith Margaret, 3. The girls looked cute as could be in their matching travel… […]

Mom turns twin girls’ hair into amazing works of art

by Stacy-Ann Gooden posted in Mom Stories Most moms would probably agree that combing their little girls’ hair can be a chore. In fact, some may choose to save time by creating quick and simple styles. But, not Jill Ehat. The styles she creates may be quick, but certainly not simple. The Utah mom of… […]

Pre-teen girls have ‘easy access’ to e-cigarettes

“Children ‘addicted to sweet tasting e-cigarettes’,” is the alarmist headline in the Daily Mirror. A survey has found that a few pre-teen girls in Wales have experimented with the devices, but there is no evidence of widespread addiction. The headline is based on an opinion piece written by Kelly Evans, a Director of the organisation […]

Obese 11-year-old girls ‘get lower school grades’

“Study links obesity in teenage girls with lower academic results,” BBC News reports. Previous studies have reported that child and adolescent obesity has a wide variety of adverse consequences in both the short and long term. A large study of UK secondary school pupils has now looked at whether being overweight or obese at the […]

Girls born small or underweight twice as likely to be infertile in adulthood

Girls born unexpectedly small or underweight seem to be twice as likely to have fertility problems in adulthood as those of normal size at birth, suggests new research. “As medical research and care advances, more infants will be born [with low birthweight or small size] and survive, which in turn might influence future need of […]

3-fold increase in pregnancy among young girls with mental illness

Young girls with mental illness are three times more likely to become teenage parents than those without a major mental illness, according to a first-of-its-kind study by researchers at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) and Women’s College Hospital. Pregnancy / Obstetrics News From Medical News Today