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Eighteen black women who were told decades ago that their babies had died soon after birth at a St. Louis hospital now wonder if the infants were taken away by hospital officials to be raised by other families.
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5 ways to connect with your daughter

Lacey Hancock, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 1st - 8:06pm
As parents, we are always striving to help our child feel loved. But life gets messy, busy, complicated and oftentimes frustrating. On those days, here are five small acts you can do to stay connected with your daughter.
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Have You Seen This? Epitome of a little brother

John Clyde, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 1st - 1:15pm
A little brother shows the world what it means to have a younger sibling as he dances in the background of his sister's video.
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2 sisters fight cancer, rare birth defect

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 1st - 11:45am
Rebecca Hernandez was preparing to take her youngest child, who was born with organs outside her body, to a specialist for surgery in Maryland when another daughter was diagnosed with cancer.
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Kisses for Kycie story saving lives around the world

Keira Farrimond  |  posted Apr 30th - 11:15pm
5-year-old girls should not be in the hospital, hooked up to ventilators. They shouldn't be unable to speak, open their eyes or sit up on their own, but that's exactly where Kycie Terry was just days after doctors said she might have strep throat.
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3 big stressors for women — and how to cope with them

Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 30th - 7:52pm
As involved and nurturing moms, we face daily and deep challenges in running a home and raising a family. Here's what I learned after informally posting this question on my Facebook page: "What are the top three stressors in your life?"
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Hour of TV daily may lead to weight gain in kindergartners, study says

Jen Christensen, CNN  |  posted Apr 30th - 9:45am
Even a little bit of television viewing goes a long way to potentially hurt a child's health, according to new research.
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Shoes remind residents to 'step up' against child abuse

Allison Oligschlaeger  |  posted Apr 30th - 7:45am
The Cache County Child and Family Support Center's sixth annual "Steppin' Up for Children" event used 327 pairs of shoes to represent the 327 substantiated cases of child abuse filed in Cache County last year.
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13-year-old to perform ballet for the King of Tonga

Peter Rosen  |  posted Apr 29th - 10:17pm
Perhaps Eliana Vaha'i Feao fell in love with ballet when she was 18 months old, watching the movie "Barbie in the Nutcracker." At 13, the Salt Lake City ballerina is breaking new ground in the dance world.
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5 ways to help children understand, deal with divorce

Jennifer Sorensen, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 29th - 7:34pm
Divorce is a challenge for couples as well as the children involved. These are some ways to identify and understand the effects of divorce on your children and how you can help ease this difficult adjustment.
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Love Your Lines: stretch marks go viral in support of women

Leanne Italie, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 28th - 11:59pm
Aptly dubbed Love Your Lines, two moms have put up an Instagram account of that name and spread the word for one and all to email them photos of their stretch marks and how they feel about them, especially in relation to today's idealized standards of skinny, unmarred perfection.
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Baltimore mom who smacked son at riot: I don't play

Josh Levs, Anneclaire Stapleton and Steve Almasy CNN  |  posted Apr 28th - 7:11pm
You know the Baltimore mom who went to the riot, found her son and lit into him with her right hand? Well, Toya Graham said Tuesday she did it because she didn't want her son to become another Freddie Gray.
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