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My magical birth story

This post is inspired by Mom Bloggers for Social Good and the State of the World's Mothers Report. The State of the World's Mothers (SOWM) report is Save the Children’s signature annual publication, which compiles global statistics on the health of...
by The Seaman Mom on May 7, 2013

Incredible Medical Tales: Top 7 Most Unusual Birth Stories

To an expectant mother, giving birth is a miraculous and often strange experience. Some birth stories, however, are truly bizarre because they involve outrageous circumstances or an incredibly rare occurrence. People are fascinated by these stories,...
by Family Focus Blog on Apr 16, 2013

Incredible Medical Tales: Top 7 Most Unusual Birth Stories

To an expectant mother, giving birth is a miraculous and often strange experience. Some birth stories, however, are truly bizarre because they involve outrageous circumstances or an incredibly rare occurrence. People are fascinated by these stories,...
by Family Focus Blog on Apr 16, 2013

Sulit.com.ph falls victim to a DNS change

Sulit.com.ph, the Philippines website with the highest Internet traffic in the country, was attacked by hackers on Saturday night, Dec.1, when its domain name was redirected to another site. Entering Sulit.com.ph will redirect you to Ayosdito.ph,...
by indiatriks on Dec 2, 2012

IAEA Data Breech Part 2

In response to IAEA's Previous data breech and official statement, They're now publishing additional information to prove there ability to gain access to highly sensitive information, Including Confidential 'SafeGuard' Documents, Satellite...
by indiatriks on Nov 30, 2012

Google Webmaster Tools security breach

Google site that helps website owners manage how their site appears in Google, diagnose problems, and optimize traffic, is currently experiencing a major security breach. Old accounts are being re-verified, says Search Engine Journal. That may no...
by indiatriks on Nov 29, 2012

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Data Breech

Another victim of cyber attack ,The group of hackers who named itself Parastoo Farsi have exposed contacts for more than 100 nuclear experts and scientists from UN nuclear agency International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the word Parastoo is Farsi...
by indiatriks on Nov 29, 2012

Anonymous Hacks DEBKA.com

DEBKA.com is an Israeli-Based News-Agency, which has tied relations with Israeli Intelligence Agency (MOSSAD) and Military sources, “Tongue of MOSSAD”. DEBKA first started around 2000 in purpose of polluting media with Zionist-Orie...
by indiatriks on Nov 29, 2012

Australia's Small Business Point of Sale System hacked By Romanian Crime Gang

Police have smashed a Romanian organised crime gang that allegedly hacked into the computer systems of small businesses, with credit card details of 30,000 Australians used in $30 million worth of illegal transactions around the world. Australian a...
by indiatriks on Nov 29, 2012

Manila Reviews’ Baby PA is a Girl!

We are just so happy that we already found out the gender of our baby. I'm 23 Weeks pregnant and we're having a baby girl. The due date is on March 2013. :) You might also like: Manila Workshops: Manila Makeup Workshops The Working Girl’s Makeu...
by Manila Reviews on Nov 26, 2012

Torticollis or the plain old stiff neck

              Right after she's got born, Ellie's neonatologist noticed that due to her breech presentation at birth, my daughter had developed a bit of torticollis, and no wonder, considering she's basically&nbs...
by The Seaman Mom on Jun 19, 2012

What’s So Bad About a C-Section

“C-sections aren’t so bad. I know lot of people who have had one and been fine. Plus they get to pick the birth date!” A 2007 poll showed that 1in 3 mothers now give birth by cesarean section in the United States. That is an alarming number! No...
by Pregnancy and Back Pain on May 15, 2012


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