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ENTERTAINMENT
April 22, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
EITHER CELEBS were on their best behavior Easter weekend or the folks who chronicle the celebs' worst behavior were in church or with their families. Perfect timing for Tattle to address last week's love and hate. And to do so, we'll drop the third-person persona we adopted long before Stephen Colbert made himself a character. I've written a few thousand of these columns over the past decade-plus and it always amazes me what gets people in a lather. Picking on drunk Mel Gibson when he had his infamous run-in with the law brought forth a very special brand of anti-Semitism.
NEWS
March 23, 2014 | By Dr. Daniel Taylor, For The Inquirer
Has your pediatrician ever asked you mothers out there when you plan to have your next baby? Or asked your teenage daughter when she wants to have a child? It probably never happened, but don't be surprised if your doctors become more assertive. Those who care for children know that unintended pregnancies are a huge public health problem, and I predict more doctors will be empowering families to choose their reproductive futures. A few weeks ago, I saw a 3-year-old with trouble breathing.
NEWS
November 21, 2013 | By Marie McCullough, Inquirer Staff Writer
For women with limited resources and chronic illnesses such as diabetes, having a baby can be both joyous and perilous. Merck & Co., the pharmaceutical giant with facilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, is joining with nonprofit organizations in Philadelphia and Camden to reduce that peril by working to improving maternal health care. Merck said Tuesday that it was underwriting new outreach efforts by the Maternity Care Coalition, long known for its MOMobile home-visiting services, and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, nationally recognized for improving access to and coordination of care in New Jersey's poorest city.
NEWS
October 25, 2013
TATTLE usually loves a celebrity with a big mouth, but Camden homegirl Tasha Smith really strayed into TMI mode recently when she told Wendy Williams about the lengths she's going to get pregnant. "I'm working on it, honey. As a matter of fact, I'll be ovulating soon. . . . Look, I count down my days of travel. During that time of ovulation, I stay home or I get home or stay home," shared Smith, who plays Angela on Tyler Perry 's "For Better or Worse. " "When you're 42, you've gotta pee on the stick, OK?"
NEWS
June 26, 2013 | By Cynthia Tucker
A recent road trip took me into rural Georgia and Florida, far from the traffic jams, boutique coffeehouses, and National Public Radio signals that frame my familiar landscape. Along the way, billboards reminded me that I was outside my natural habitat: antiabortion declarations appeared every 40 or 50 miles. "Pregnant? Your baby's heart is already beating!" "Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you. - God. " And, with a photo of an adorable smiling baby, "My heart beat 18 days from conception.
NEWS
May 31, 2013
Toronto mayor: Not resigning TORONTO - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford defiantly declared Thursday that he had no intention of resigning despite the steady exodus of staffers from his office amid a scandal over reports of a video that purportedly shows him smoking crack cocaine. Two more key Ford aides quit Thursday: Brian Johnston, the mayor's policy adviser on council relations, and Kia Nejatian, his executive assistant. The mayor has lost five staff members since the furor over the video erupted last week.
NEWS
May 10, 2013 | By Molly Eichel
TO CELEBRATE Mother's Day, Women's Way is feting an advocate for moms everywhere, and you'll definitely recognize her face. Former supermodel Christy Turlington Burns did everything right with her first pregnancy. She received prenatal care, ate right, exercised. But during her labor, it all went wrong. Burns did not go into the fourth stage of labor. "There was a lot of blood and it was incredibly painful," Burns told me. Burns had access to the best care, and she and her daughter, Grace , with actor/director husband Edward Burns , were fine.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 9, 2013 | BY CHUCK DARROW, Daily News Staff Writer darrowc@phillynews.com, 215-313-3134
IT'S PROBABLY not necessary to point out that for any woman, regardless of what she does for a living, being a working mom isn't a full-time job - it's two full-time jobs, at least. But there is one, somewhat exclusive group of local working women whose shared profession brings with it pressures and conditions most mothers don't have to negotiate. Women who work on-air in television may even have it a little tougher than most who earn a living while raising a family. They have to worry about how their pregnancy will affect their on-camera look, for instance.
NEWS
April 5, 2013
D EAR ABBY: Maybe you would like to pass this on to the parents of teenage boys. It worked for me when I had the sex talk with my sons. I knew their brains had not yet fully developed. They thought they were invincible and had an "it could never happen to me" attitude. Because money seems to be the one thing at that age they can relate to, I decided to turn it into a mathematical problem: I told them that if they got a girl pregnant, they could figure on a minimum of $300 a month child support, multiplied by 12 months for 18 years.
NEWS
March 22, 2013
DEAR ABBY: My 22-year-old daughter became pregnant from a guy she had dated only a few months, but never seriously. After weeks of wondering what she was going to do, she decided that terminating her pregnancy was the best thing to do considering she has limited income and still lives with me. I, however, am pro-life, although I do feel that in cases of rape or incest it is acceptable. My daughter knows how I feel about this. I supported her in her decision, but did not agree with it. Abby, I have taken this really hard.
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