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First Baby Born To U.S. Uterus Transplant Patient Raises Ethics Questions

Enlarge this image The first baby born as a result of a womb transplant in the United States in the neonatal unit at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. AP hide caption toggle caption AP Beautiful. Pure. Natural. Medicine at its pinnacle. Those were the words of Dr. Giuliano Testa this week — the principal investigator of a clinical trial with ten women underway at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. He was talking about the birth of a baby boy to a mother who underwent a uterus transplant last…

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The Secret Place Where All Great Ideas Are Born

Where do great ideas come from? The cliched view is that they come fully formed in a flash of inspiration. You’ve probably seen this in films or on TV, a character might be working over night trying to come up with a big idea, and suddenly their idea hits them. However, the reality is actually far more complicated. The truly great ideas, are the product of processes. They are the product of what a person sees and gets in touch with every day that combine to influence a thought. A…

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Never Leave Your New Born Babies Out Of Sight Again

As a modern parent, you probably have to juggle several tasks in addition to looking after the baby. Career demands and other daily tasks make it impossible to be physically present near the baby at all times. After the paternity/maternity leave, you will have to leave the baby in the care of a baby sitter. Is the baby asleep or agitated? Is the baby happy? When you are around the house with the baby, you will need to step out from time to go to the bathroom, or even attend…

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