In a Canadian Medical Association Journal editorial published today, a Canadian physician argues that the gender of a baby shouldn't be revealed to the parents-to-be until after the 30-week mark. (This information is usually made available ten or more weeks earlier.) I was shocked by the reason that he says such action is needed, and you may be, too. Booster Shots has the story.
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Stanford Medicine researchers showed that five minutes a day of breathing exercises can reduce overall anxiety and improve mood.