Listening to classical music may soothe your baby but it won’t make them smarter. Mary Go debunks the Mozart theory and explores the other benefits music has on your baby.
Australians joined the USA and Canada to recognise October 15th as the International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Mary Go reports.
All parents try to find ways to give their infant an advantage in life. One belief is that by letting your baby listen to classical music you can make them smarter. But is this really possible? By Mary Go.
There is a pregnant woman sitting by the bar waiting for a table. She is noticeably showing in a flattering dress. People around her are giving her dirty looks and some are looking on with shock. The pregnant lady by the bar is having a glass of wine. Someone call DOCS.
Drinking alcohol while pregnant is thrown back into the spotlight as a new Danish study gives women an excuse to drink. Mary Go investigates.
One of the cardinal rules for pregnant women is DON’T DRINK. But a new study out of Denmark is casting doubt on that rule. Mary Go reports.