Morning Brew 09-23-09

Posted by: , August 23, 2009 in 8:58 am

Today’s top headlines for parents

morning%20brew%20pic Morning Brew 09 23 09Carolyn Savage doesn’t need to imagine what it would be like to undergo IVF only to learn that she is pregnant with the wrong embryos… because it actually happened to her.

The FDA has put an end to the sale of candy and fruit flavored cigarettes that served as the gateway to smoking for many youth.

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Is the do-it-yourself home autism detector a valuable tool for parents or a recipe for disaster?

The Government Accountability Office finds that federal agencies that distribute food for close to 31 million schoolchildren are too slow in catching alerts and recalls about tainted products before they ship out to cafeterias nationwide.

Analysis of emergency room statistics and weather charts support the theory that changes in temperature and humidity spur more asthma attacks for kids.

At the Litchard Junior School, the old way of teaching is out and the new way of teaching is outside.

Parental consent laws are not doing enough to keep teens away from the tanning beds and the skin cancer diagnoses.

Author Norman Bridwell previews Clifford the Champion:

The videogame console wars continue with the price of an Xbox 360 Elite dropping to $250 courtesy of a $50 mail-in rebate.

On today’s Oprah, Mackenzie Philips will reveal that she was raped by her father, Mamas and the Papas leader John Philips, on the eve of her wedding.

Congratulations to Sarah Michelle Gellar and husband Freddie Prinze Jr. on the birth of their daughter Charlotte.

As a working mom, Jennifer Garner just takes it one day at a time and is happy to be an old-fashioned mother.

Christina Aguilera sings for the children:.

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