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2009-08-17 08:00:00

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Last month, celebrity look-a-like sperm donors were all the rage, with single aspiring Mothers in Los Angeles choosing from sperm donors who resemble their celebrity of choice, which includes Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Ben Affleck doppelgangers. This month, it's all about "No Strings Attached Babies," where single aspiring Mothers ask their single guy friends to father their children, minus financial and other responsibilities. While Hollywood...

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2009-03-22 11:35:00

Singer Natasha Bedingfield reportedly has married her boyfriend, businessman Matthew Robinson, in Malibu, Calif. People.com reported nearly 150 people were on hand at the Church Estates Vineyards Saturday to watch the British pop singer marry Robinson in a 30-minute outdoor ceremony. Bedingfield is known for such pop hits as I Wanna Have Your Babies, Angel and Say It Again. The event reportedly featured Bedingfield, 27, in a white strapless Vera Wang wedding gown walking down the rose...

2009-02-19 11:40:00

Super Bowl MVP is a Champion for Babies NEW YORK, Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- The March of Dimes New York Division announced today that Super Bowl MVP, Eli Manning, will return for a second year, to lead March for Babies(R) in Manhattan on Sunday, April 26. Manning will be joined by CBS 2 News Co-Anchor, Maurice DuBois, WCBS-TV/CBS 2 Sports Anchor and Reporter, Sam Ryan, who will co-host the morning program. "I'm very excited to be working with March of Dimes again this year," said Manning....

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2008-02-04 12:50:00

New research published in the British medical journal The Lancet indicates that babies who receive nutritious foods have an increased earning-ability as adults. The findings, based on a three-decade study of Guatemalan males from birth, noted that those who were well-fed earned almost 50% more than those who were not.Although there has been evidence that babies who are fed well grow to be stronger and richer than those who are not, the reasons why have been hard to find.Food, schooling, the...