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New Study in Denmark Reveals Circumcision Increases Chances of Autism by 46%

After examining the lives of 342,877 boys born in Denmark between 1994 and 2003, researchers found that circumcised boys are more likely than intact boys to develop Autism Spectrum Disorder. The study, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine in January 2015, was conducted by¬†Professor Morten Frisch in collaboration with statistician Jacob…

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4 Studies Reveal Why Families Should Eat Dinner Together Everyday

Studies show that families who eat dinner together benefit in a variety of ways. Eating together helps families achieve better communication and build stronger relationships, children do better in school and are better adjusted as teens and adults, and the entire family enjoys better nutrition. 1. Increased Communication Eating dinner together as a family provides…

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20 Things No One Tells You About Giving Birth

1. Your water doesn’t break in a ceremonious splatter at your feet. Unlike in every movie ever made, when a real woman’s water breaks, it usually doesn’t look like a water balloon shattering on concrete. More likely, it’s going to be a slower, more gradual flow akin to uncontrollably peeing yourself. We’ve all done that,…

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