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Queen’s post baby letters to go under the hammer

March 31, 2011

Letters written by Queen Elizabeth just two weeks after the birth of her two sons have been revealed for the first time. In the letters sent to her second cousin, Lady Mary Cambridge, the Queen shows rarely seen emotion, talking about Prince Charles as "very sweet", and then describing his ...

New website details info for 4-D baby scans

April 19, 2010

A new UK website has been launched to offer expectant mothers valuable information about 4-D baby scans. In recent years, 3-D scans have become a popular form of image viewing for mothers-to-be. The 3-D scan offers a unique, comprehensive view of the unborn child. The latest technology to complement this phenomenon ...

Music Legend Van Morrison Father At 64

December 30, 2009

Legendary Belfast-born singer and songwriter Van Morrison has once again become a father at the age of 64. The performer revealed the news on his official website yesterday via a sttetement announcing the Monday arrival of his baby boy, called George Ivan Morrison III, offspring of the musician and his wife ...

DNA Paternity Test Kits Available Retail

November 19, 2009

Clockwork Pharmacy is launching DNA paternity test kits which will be sold over the counter. It is the first pharmaceutical retailer to make the move in the UK. They initially went on sale on November 17 at its Mare Street store in London and the other 10 other outlets in London ...

Severally Disabled Infant Allowed To Die

November 11, 2009

A baby boy who’s suffering from severe disabilities and was the subject of a right to life legal battle, literally tearing his parents apart is to be permitted to die in peace. A High Court judge has sanctioned a decision to turn off the infant’s life support after the father withdrew ...

No Black Medical Staff for A Woman Giving Birth

October 29, 2009

Officials at a Buckinghamshire hospital have initiated an inquiry after a young woman who was in labour allegedly complained about the non-white medical staff present in the delivery room. The white woman who remains nameless, who had to go through a Caesarean section procedure, was denied the request by the management ...

2 swine flu jabs for kids under 10

October 15, 2009

Vaccine producer Sanofi Pasteur said recently that its tests its H1N1 vaccine show that kids who are younger than 10 may require two shots for full protection. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the test results are not surprising, since it the same situation with the regular seasonal ...

Alcohol and drugs responsible for many cot deaths

October 14, 2009

More than half of what is referred to as cot deaths in the UK happen when a parent is sharing a bed or sofa with their infant and could be due the parent having been using alcohol or drugs, a new research shows. Co-sleeping has long been a source or concern. ...

Berkshire Toddler Becomes Mensa’s Youngest Boy

October 13, 2009

A toddler from Berkshire was deemed possessing the necessary IQ to claim membership to Mensa, thus becoming the youngest boy to be accepted by the prestigious and exclusive society. Two-and-a-half-year-old Oscar Wrigley had his vocabulary and numeracy test by the organisation. Officials at Mensa claimed that his level of intelligence was ...

Four-year honeymoon at sea

October 2, 2009

Dave and Hazel McCabe sailed around the world in a 50ft refurbished trawler following their wedding in May 2005. They sailed along the coast of Europe and North Africa prior to crossing the Atlantic stopping on the way at the Canary Islands and the Azores. They then cruised in the Caribbean ...

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