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The perfect coffee mug to present to the soon-to-be grandpa! We used this very mug to announce our pregnancy to my dad. It took him a moment to get it, but once he did his face lit up. The best part is that he has the coffee mug as a keepsake to cherish for years to come.
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Women who have diabetes while pregnant are at at higher risk of developing it later in life, and so are their partners, according to new research. Diabetes is a chronic condition in which the body cannot manage the insulin needed to use sugar for energy. It can be managed, but can cause serious complications. Between three and 20 per cent of pregnant women will have gestational diabetes. It usually goes away after the baby is born. But they are seven times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes later in life. Diabetes risk increases by 33 per cent. A study of 70,000 cases over 13 years now shows their partners have a 33 per cent greater chance of developing the condition than do fathers whose partners had no gestational diabetes. “The theory behind starting this study was that families share lifestyle habits,” says Dr. Kaberi Dasgupta “We know that couples often share eating and physical activity habits, they live in the same environment socially and culturally. And we had demonstrated in a previous study that when one person has type 2 diabetes the other member of the couple often also has type 2 diabetes. Listen ‘A kind of exciting finding’. “But in this study we wanted to see in a younger group of adults, all of whom were under 40 years of age, what would happen in the future. ” Researchers were not surprised to find that where a woman had gestational diabetes both she and her partner were more likely to develop it later on. “We find it a kind of exciting finding,” says Dasgupta. “The idea is to think of pregnancy not just as a problem for women and mother, or even exclusively for women and their offspring, but it’s an issue for the entire family. And hopefully this information will help fathers and mothers collaborate to have healthier lifestyles. Lifestyle changes reduce risk by half. It is known that physical activity, eating more fruits, vegetables and fibre, eating out less can reduce the risk of developing diabetes by half. The total number of Canadians living with diabetes was estimated to be 2. 7 million or 7. 6 per cent of the population in 2010. Almost a million may have the disease but not know it. The number of diabetics is expected to rise to 4. 2 million by... Note: By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that Radio Canada International has the right to reproduce,. Source: www.rcinet.ca
(Photo : James McTaggart via National Archives and Records Administration/ Wikimedia Commons) A new father holds his child for the first time in Loretto hospital in New Ulm, Minnesota. There are two hospitals in the town union which is non-denominational and Loretto which is Catholic they have divided their services to specialize and give more efficient service. New Ulm is a county seat trading center of 13,000 in a farming area of South Central Minnesota. It was founded in 1854 by a German immigrant land company that encouraged kinsmen to emigrate from Europe. Expecting a baby is a wonderful thing, but as a father, you may need to remember some things. "The thing about men and pregnancy is that. the expectant mother does all the work. She also gets all the attention - it's a common source of tension for couples during pregnancy," says Leonard Boulanger, a fatherhood specialist for the Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice of Vermont and New Hampshire, in a statement to WebMD. "When do we actually go to the hospital. Best be there within 48 hours of the expected delivery, but there's no sure way to predict it. When labor comes, it's no joke. It gets increasingly painful, but it would really help her if you put your attention on her. "Getting ice chips, cold cloths, foot rubs, back rubs - guys, it's only for a while," says Woods. "She is experiencing pain like we can't imagine. Source: www.parentherald.com
Sam and Nia’s daily vlog typically runs more than 10 minutes long, and bystanders’ horrified reactions to the Raders’ antics are rarely edited out. “I knew she was going to do this,” Nia’s friend Courtney grumbles when Nia whips out her camera at lunch. And here’s what happens when Nia starts shooting in the local Starbucks:. Of course, this is about more than just the hits. It’s about the money. And as the New York Times reported last year, even YouTube’s biggest stars get a pretty raw deal. Because ads aren’t served on every video view, and because YouTube collects 45 percent of a channel’s ad revenue, vloggers stand to make just a few thousand dollars for every million views they rack up. Still, for a small-town vlogging family... It’s hard to begrudge them that. After months of videos topping out at 20,000 views—ones largely created by stay-at-home mom Nia, caring for two kids while filming her every move—it’s likely the family could really use the money. That’s particularly true in light of another surprise vlog posted to their channel on Sunday, after the pregnancy video and the miscarriage news. In it, Sam takes the family to Legoland to make a big announcement, but tickets are sold out. When he tries to “leverage” his “virality” to get into the packed park, he’s turned away. Undeterred, he tucks Nia into a Lego gift shop to deliver the news: He’s quit his job as a nurse in order to vlog full time (“ TELLING MY WIFE I QUIT MY JOB. ,” 271,000 views). “This huge spike in this new career we started. Just absolutely a blessing. So incredible,” Sam says in the video. No more nursing for me. ” Sam is hoping that, with God as their social media guru, their viral pregnancy and subsequent miscarriage will be their ticket to the new American dream. Their chances of success likely depend on one factor that’s almost unbelievable and yet so, so real: whether Sam successfully impregnates Nia with a famous new baby. Source: news.nationalpost.com
"Men can feel left out of the process, because pregnancy and childbirth are so integrally linked to the mother," said Dr Leach, from ANU Centre for Ageing, Health and Wellbeing. "It can compound the problem. They don't seek help, because they think 'it's ...