Pregnancy

Late last week, The World Health Organization warned that a new Covid variant, given the name Omicron, posed a “very high” global risk. The variant was first identified in South Africa and has a large number of spike mutations that may make it more infectious among vulnerable populations, specifically, the unvaccinated. We don’t know much
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When you imagine giving birth, you may feel a combination of emotions. Add to that all of the little logistical details and, yes, it’s completely understandable to feel a bit overwhelmed at times. Here’s the thing, mama: You’ve got this—and we’ve got you. By taking a few of those little details off your to-do list,
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It’s no secret that most grandmas are absolutely bananas about their grandbabies. Now one psychologist is showing us exactly what happens inside grandmothers’ brains when their grandkids are near—and it’s fascinating. James Rilling, lead author and professor in Emory’s Department of Anthropology and Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Emory University, scanned the brains
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