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Mother Shares Heartbreaking Story About Infant's Death By Starvation

Mother Shares Heartbreaking Story About Infant's Death By Starvation

Instead, her baby died. Jillian Johnson and her husband Jarrod were as prepared as any parents could be when their son Landon was born. Less than a month later, he was dead. "This way you know your baby has eaten enough....if only I could go back in time". "Babies can suffer days of non-stop crying and hunger while nursing day and night without sleep, as they are receiving a fraction of the calories and fluid they need to live", she says.


How to tell if someone you love has an eating disorder

How to tell if someone you love has an eating disorder

More specifically, they "campaign for prevention, improved access to quality treatment, and increased research funding to better understand and treat eating disorders" and "work with partners and volunteers to develop programs and tools to help everyone who seeks assistance".


Woman's 200-pound cyst removed after years of unexplained weight gain

Woman's 200-pound cyst removed after years of unexplained weight gain

Clair in Schuylkill County, wasn't just overweight. In an interview following her surgery, the septuagenarian declared that she was desperate to find a solution to her problem, as she reached the weight of 350 pounds. "It felt like something was empty. My body didn't feel right. I was so used to carrying that weight around that I felt totally different", she said.



A Birth Photographer Shamed This Mom For Having A C-Section

A text exchange between a mother-to-be and a birth photographer made the rounds on the internet this week after the photo shoot was reportedly canceled at the last minute. "Wow, as a c-section mum, this makes me so sad", one mother commented. However, prejudice against C-sections is a real thing (a really RIDICULOUS thing), and too often, women are stigmatized for having them.


Is YOUR girlfriend going to cheat on you?

Is YOUR girlfriend going to cheat on you?

That is according to a study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research. While the intensity and frequency of female orgasms had little bearing on whether women had cheated before or were likely to cheat in the future.