Deals of the week: 6 last-minute gifts to score before Christmas

by Lesley Kennedy posted in Products & Prizes Ooh, I really want to pay full price for that. Said no one. Ever. In a perfect world, we’d all have time to be extreme couponers, but there are mouths to feed, dishes to wash, work to be done. No worries – we’ve rounded up the week’s… […]

Recipe of the Week: Avocado Lime Sorbet

Easy To Make Frozen Summer Dessert Recipe When I was a kid summer meant living in my bathing suit and flip flops, hanging out at the pool with friends or lounging in the shade with a good book. And of course, eating popsicles, ice cream, and other frozen treats. Sadly I no longer get to […]

7-Day Dinner Plan to Eat for a Week and Hardly Cook at All

Sometimes it’s not easy to motivate yourself to cook on a weeknight. You’re tired from working all day or maybe your kid’s soccer practice ran late. You feel rushed while you’re cooking, rushed while you eat, and then of course there’s the cleanup. You could go out to a restaurant, but that gets pricy. Plus […]

Deals of the week: 6 sales to help cross off holiday lists

by Lesley Kennedy posted in Products & Prizes Ooh, I really want to pay full price for that. Said no one. Ever. In a perfect world, we’d all have time to be extreme couponers, but there are mouths to feed, dishes to wash, work to be done. No worries – we’ve rounded up the week’s… […]

New Mother Roadmap

Congratulations on the arrival of your new bundle of joy!  You made it through the grueling labor and delivery.  You are finally home with the beautiful baby you have dreamt about for months.  The first days and weeks after birth can be mixed with the most amazing and challenging days you will remember.  Here are […]

The Week Ahead: Stroke in Kids, Prayer in Practice

(MedPage Today) — Another installment in the ?I, Intern ?? series, a look at a formal spiritual protocol, teen pregnancy, and the latest on Ebola — all coming this week from MedPage Today. MedPage Today OB/Gyn

The Week Ahead: Science Behind ‘The Last Ship,’ FDA on Morcellation

(MedPage Today) — From “The Andromeda Strain” to “The Passage Trilogy” to “The Last Ship,” who doesn’t love a yarn about a virus-triggered apocalypse? But could a novel pathogen really wipe out a large part of humanity? MedPage Today’s Michael Smith is seeking answers, and this week he will share what he has found. MedPage […]

Best of BabyCenter: Our 5 favorite posts from this week

by BabyCenter Staff posted in Mom Stories Life moves pretty fast, and we publish a lot of posts each week. Here’s making sure you didn’t miss our very favorites. 1. Please don’t say “That’s a stripper name:” 10 terrible ways to react when hearing a baby’s name 2. When FAA regulations and the realities of… […]

Best of BabyCenter: Our five favorite stories this week

by BabyCenter Staff posted in Mom Stories You’re busy. You have lunches to pack, milk to pump, babies to get down for their afternoon naps. So you miss stuff. We can help! Here’s what everyone will be talking about at the preschool pick up line: Five crucial posts from BabyCenter this week. 1. So maybe… […]

This Week in Medical News: Medicare Pay Data, Plus AACR, EASL, and NSAIDS

(MedPage Today) — The big news this week came on Wednesday when Medicare released data on how much individual physicians received from the federal program in 2012. And the MedPage Today team covered it in a big way, but there was plenty of other news too. MedPage Today OB/Gyn

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