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When a foster child isn't adopted by the age of 18, they are slowly phased out of the system, but Wednesday's Child Crystal said no matter what age she is, she will always want a family.
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The best things about raising boys

Alison Snyder, Contributor  |  posted Apr 15th - 8:31pm
Before becoming a parent I never really thought about what it would be like to have boys. It's a loud and dirty wild adventure, with days colored by mud and potty humor, and I have no regrets.
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Beautiful 'Star Wars' funeral for a 4-year-old Jedi

Travis Poppleton for  |  posted Apr 15th - 10:31am
The family of 4-year-old Jack Robinson of Hampshire, England, said their goodbyes at a "Star Wars" themed funeral.
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Infant's life saved after new heart procedure

Josh Furlong  |  posted Apr 15th - 10:25am
A new procedure is available to help infants of a heart defect that affects hundreds of children yearly. But because the Food and Drug Administration doesn't recognize the procedure, few families know about its usefulness and health benefits.
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Fussy infants and toddlers watch more TV, study says

Saundra Young, CNN  |  posted Apr 14th - 8:36pm
According to a new study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, fussy babies and toddlers tend to watch more TV and videos than infants with no issues or mild issues. And that can lead to problems down the road.
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6 babies saved in 2013 thanks to Safe Haven law

Mary Richards  |  posted Apr 14th - 1:55pm
In light of the tragic story unfolding in Pleasant Grove, advocates are promoting Utah's Safe Haven law to help potential parents know there are safe alternatives if they can't take care of their new baby.
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Baby masters flying, ninja skills and more thanks to dad's Photoshop art

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Apr 14th - 12:48pm
Hanging off a shelf, flying behind a plane, chopping fruit with a samurai sword: thanks to a talented dad and a little technology, a baby from Sweden is mastering impressive skills.
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Mother struggling with MS receives help from Boy Scout

Arianne Brown, Contributor  |  posted Apr 13th - 8:33pm
A Utah County mother of four has struggled with multiple sclerosis for the past 15 years, and a recent flare-up may leave her wheelchair- bound permanently. With bills, an inadequate wheelchair and no ramp access to her home, a Boy Scout is coming to the rescue.
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Kids' satisfaction in sports often lower when parents spend more, study says

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Apr 12th - 11:32am
A recent Utah State University study found that young athletes get less enjoyment from participating in sports when they interpret their parents' financial contributions as pressure to win.
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5 pregnancy side effects you might not be ready for

Jordan Ormond  |  posted Apr 11th - 8:20pm
When a woman becomes pregnant, there are certain "side effects" she knows she should prepare for. However, whether you're on your first pregnancy or your fifth, there are some side effects that will take you completely by surprise.
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Report reveals sex education comes too late for many teens

Amanda Taylor  |  posted Apr 11th - 10:13am
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals teen girls from ages 15-17 don't receive health education until after they've become sexually active.
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Emotional reunion for father and daughter after 30 years

Madeleine Brown  |  posted Apr 11th - 8:00am
Teary farewells and emotional reunions are typical sights at Salt Lake City International Airport. One reunion Thursday, however, was unlike the rest.
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