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A photographer in Florida is using the magic of Disney to create spectacular photos of her daughter with Down syndrome as a Disney princess.
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Put sleeping babies in cribs, not carriers or car seats study says

Jarom Moore  |  posted Apr 24th - 4:15pm
To lower the risk of infant death, researchers suggest making sure babies aren't sleeping in carriers or car seats for long periods of time.
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Utah doctor: It's 'selfish' not to get vaccinations

Wendy Leonard  |  posted Apr 24th - 12:16pm
Immunizations are most effective when given early and to as many people as possible to protect the very few who can't get them, according to one Utah health official.
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Do-it-yourself Girl Scout Cookies coming to Walmart, Target

Parija Kavilanz, CNNmoney  |  posted Apr 24th - 8:39am
Everyone loves Thin Mints and Do-si-dos, but you only get a chance to buy them from the Girl Scouts once a year. That's about to change, as a new bake-it-yourself Girl Scout cookie oven heads to Wal-Mart, Target and Toys "R" Us stores this summer.
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Helping kids come to their senses

Candice Madsen and Nadine Wimmer  |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:31pm
They won't wear clothes with tags or eat certain foods and even sunlight can bother them. These kids are often labeled as picky or diagnosed as having ADHD or autism. But their sensory issues might be the result of something else.
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3 'takeaways' from accomplishing a dream

Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 23rd - 5:39pm
As my mother and I traveled through Europe — fulfilling a lifelong dream — I noticed signs for "Take Away," meaning fast food or take-out. It made me question my own "takeaways" from achieving this personal dream, and I found three surprising lessons.
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Extreme morning sickness linked to neurological delays in children, study reveals

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Apr 23rd - 4:57pm
Women who suffer from extreme morning sickness are three times more likely to have a child with neurological developmental disorders than mothers who experience mild pregnancy symptoms.
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Spores in Utah dust, soil can cause infant botulism, doctor says

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Apr 23rd - 1:59pm
After her 1-year-old son was recently diagnosed with infant botulism, a Farmington woman wants others to be aware that babies can contract the illness from spores in the dust and soil.
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Have You Seen This? Pie Face, a game we can all get behind

Martha Ostergar  |  posted Apr 23rd - 1:15pm
Watching this father and son play a game called "Pie Face!" will make your day better, guaranteed.
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Average teen to spend $324 on 'promposals' this year

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Apr 23rd - 9:17am
Two tickets to Disneyland. A three-course gourmet meal. A roundtrip flight from Utah to New York City. What do all these things have in common? They'll cost you less money than asking someone to prom.
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Blindfolded children use touch, smell to find moms in beautiful commercial

Jessica Ivins  |  posted Apr 22nd - 7:29pm
Would you be able to recognize your mom using only your senses of touch and smell? A new commercial put six small children to the test, and the results may just take your breath away.
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Mother loses appeal in turkey baster pregnancy case

Steve Almasy, CNN  |  posted Apr 22nd - 10:48am
Robert Boardwine's path to fatherhood was unconventional, but Virginia's appeals court said Tuesday he is legally entitled to be a part of his son's life.
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