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Walking Wings Help Your Baby Take Off

A baby’s first steps are precious and exciting, but working up to them can be very challenging for both the baby and the parents.  To take the strain off your aching back and give your little one more stability you may want to try out some Walking Wings.

Simplify Dicipline With The Time Out Pad

If you have a young child you are probably all too familiar with the struggles of discipline.  The Time Out Pad is made to help alleviate some of the stress and bewilderment associated with disciplining young children.

Snap Amazing Pictures Of Your Baby With The Shutter Buddy

Getting a great picture of your baby may seem like an easy task, but in reality it is an arduous undertaking.  One frustrated, camera-happy dad came up with the great idea of creating an attention grabbing item to attach to your camera.

The Strolley Makes Travelling With Toddlers Easier

Travelling with a toddler can be more than a challenge.  The Strolley by Castiglione Morelli Design is perfect for navigating busy airports or bus stations.

Puj Creates a Folding Baby Bathtub for the Sink

If you have ever tried to bathe a small baby you know how awkward it can be.  Fortunately, Puj has come up with an ultra handy, super portable and storable tub for babies up to 17 pounds. 

Do You Know How Long Itzbeen Since You Fed the Baby?

Created by an overwhelmed mom and dad, the Itzbeen device has separate timers for all of the important baby care elements and displays them on one convenient screen.  With one touch of the appropriate button, the timer will start counting up to the next feeding or nap time.

The WhyCry Baby Crying Analyzer Knows Why Your Baby is Crying

Could anyone or anything actually decipher your baby's elusive cries?  The WhyCry Baby Crying Analyzer claims to do just that. 

The T-Jack Jacket Brings Fun and Function

If you have ever seen that disillusioned look in your child’s eyes when he/she opened up a gift only to find there were clothes inside, then you should check out the T-Jack jacket from Convertible Designs.  This adaptable item is part toy, part backpack and part jacket.

Pocket Sized GPS Tracking Key to Offer Parents and Bosses Piece of Mind

Even the most trusting parents will agree that the most intelligent teenager can be quickly swayed by not so intelligent friends. Compounding this problem is that simple fact that this often happens when they are behind the wheel of a car. However, thanks to a new GPS tracking system made by LandSeaAir, parents can carefully monitor how and where their loved ones go when they are not sitting in the passenger seat.

The BabyDeck Stroller Allows for Diaper Changing on the Run

Changing your baby when you are out and about can be challenging at the best of times.  Fortunately, the new BabyDeck stroller has an innovative solution.

Heinz Designs New Fast Food Ketchup Lovers Package: The Dip & Squeeze™

Ketchup just makes all the difference to a burger and fries, but when it's inaccessible, why bother?  I'm delighted now and plan to resume my unhealthy practice of sneaking out for a Double Whopper and fries... with plenty of Heinz Tomato Ketchup.  Heinz has dumped that old stubborn packet and has made the Dip & Squeeze™ ketchup packet that's easy to open and holds three times more ketchup than the former little twerp packet.

The Grass is Always Greener with Boon’s Drying Rack

The innovative people at Boon have come up with another helpful product for parents. Their new drying rack is appropriately called ‘Grass’, as it looks like someone cut out a section of your front lawn.

An End To Food Allergies? Well, Let's Start With Peanut Allergies

Peanut allergies are the most common cause of food related death.  Four percent of children are allergic to peanuts and only 20 percent of those children ever outgrow the allergy.  Symptoms of peanut allergy can include rashes, itchy skin, sneezing, teary eyes, vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhea, and swelling.  But severe symptoms may include anaphylactic shock, which can be deadly if not treated immediately.  You don't mess with food allergies.

 


Sex Hormone Now In Phase III Trials As Treatment For Traumatic Brain Injury

....Several drugs are currently used to minimize the impact of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI); the precise one(s) prescribed often depend on the symptoms expressed.  But 25 years of research on a biologically available hormone, progesterone, is finally in Phase III trials, having shown promise for early-identified and early-treated TBI patients, regardless of the specific symptoms.

Honey, Did You Recycle The High Chair? - Belkiz High Chair

Babies come with a lot of accessories.  Sometimes it feels as if your whole house has been overtaken.  Luckily Australian company, Belkiz has re-worked one large baby item to be foldable and recylclable.

Baby Cosplay Rompers? I Kid You Not!

To those who think cosplay, or dressing up as your favorite anime cartoon character is childish, we offer Baby Cosplay Rompers - tiny superhero suits to make your offspring look awesome!

Alcohol And Energy Drinks Make Dangerous Cocktails

Apparently the new trend in high(er) education is to combine alcohol with highly-caffeinated energy drinks.  Oh well.  But those in the University of Florida's (UF) College of Public Health and Health Professions took an interest in studying the actual effects of this trend....


Census 2010 - Ten Reasons That Count Including Social Networking

The national Census is like a celestial comet - or a hibernating cicada - it can only be seen one time every 10 years. With a roll-out starting in February, 2010,  this year's survey differs from years past - check out what's new - note the misconceptions - but most important it's imperative that each and every one of us be counted.

How Mother's Smoke Puts Infants At High Risk Of Sudden Infant Death (SIDS)

Though the link between mothers who smoke during pregnancy and babies who succumb to sudden Instant death syndrome (SIDS) has been made, one more piece of research has demonstrated specifically how the smoke impacts the fetus.

 

Innovative Jump Rope Concept Uses Jumps To Turn On

As a parent, have you ever noticed how your kids starts running around early in the morning and are still running around in the late evening? It's amazing isn't it? Are they really little, "balls of energy"? Wouldn't it be even more amazing if we could harness that energy and use it to power...a flashlight?