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Morning Feeding: Babies Feel Pain at 35 to 37 Weeks of Development, Experts Say

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Preemies begin to feel pain around a woman’s 35th week of pregnancy, about two to four weeks before delivery, according to a new study from University College London (ABC)

Kids whose parents smoke are more likely to get ear infections and have hearing problems (Reuters)

Ladies only butt wipes (DoubleX)

Natalie Portman and her fiancé Benjamin Millepied were seen out in public with their three-month-old son Alef for the first time (Celeb Baby Laundry)

Three surprising new uses for glassware (ShelterPop)

Kid’s sports: advice for parents and coaches (Parents.com)

Don’t let baby talk interfere with pillow talk (YourTango)

Why we can’t wait for Charlize Theron in “Young Adult” (The Frisky)

Characteristics of Disney princesses that have never actually gotten me a date (The Hairpin)

Lancôme Visionnaire Advanced Skin Corrector has all the trappings of a marketing campaign that wants us to believe that this is The Next Big Thing (Truth In Aging)

Live to 100, beautifully (YouBeauty)

Quotes from women touched by 9/11 (HuffPo Women)

Why I was a surrogate mother (Babble)