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  1. Comic Book Illustrator Cat Staggs And Wife Amanda Deibert Star In Cute-As-A-Button Target Ad

    Ladies make comics. They also make adorable commercials.

    Cat Staggs (artist for DC, Marvel, and other sundry comics publishers) and her wife Amanda Deibert, writer of comics, comedy and television, are having a baby! Apparently Target was pretty excited about that too, and the results are so cute your eyes might bleed. When Baby Staggs gets to space, maybe they can bring us with them?

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  2. Japanese Scientists Think Climate Change Could Alter Human Male-to-Female Birth Ratio

    And just like that, Congress cares about global warming.

    Since the '70s, Japan has seen a surprising fluctuation in the gender ratio of babies born in the country; specifically, there's been an increase in deaths of male fetuses in relation to deaths of female fetuses, which leads to more female babies being born. Surely that can't have anything to do with the way the temperature has been shifting in Japan over the past 40 years. What's that you say? It might? Well, uh oh.

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  3. Study Reveals Mammals May Sense The Distress Calls Of Other Species’ Babies

    Yub nub!

    Many of us know the rush of compassion that comes with hearing a young mammal's cries of distress (or, God help me, watching that one Sarah McLachlan commercial), but we might not be the only creature in the animal kingdom that is influenced by other species' calls.

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  4. Dorkly’s Already Found Our Favorite Sims 4 Glitch: Eldritch Horror Babies

    Bet you wish there were toddlers now, huh?

    “The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. Fear of these freaky Sim babies is probably a pretty close second, though. Dang.” —H.P. Lovecraft, if he wrote for Dorkly.

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  5. Adorable Wearable Tech For Babies Could Turn You Into A Parent Of The Future

    It's not Google Baby yet, but it's close.

    I don't have a baby yet, but if and when I do, I imagine I'd be reassured if some of the geniuses from Google and Apple were helping me keep Cox Jr. healthy.

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  6. A Bunch of Babies Listened to the Backstreet Boys for Scientific Research

    Think carefully, baby: Howie or A.J.?

    At what point does an infant's response to music transition from unrelated flailing to busting a baby move? A group of scientists undeterred by extreme cuteness observed a bunch of babies "dancing" to The Backstreet Boys to examine when humans develop a sense of rhythm (and if, right? I can't be the only one).

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  7. 2013′s Newest Popular Baby Names Include Characters from Wreck It Ralph, The Hunger Games, and My Little Pony

    Things to Do With Your Kids

    When little Vanellope gets old enough to understand how fun it is to annoy people by repeating everything they say, she's not going to understand why her parents find it so hilarious.

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  8. Why Are Babies Cute? Because Science, That’s Why! Let AsapSCIENCE Explain

    Earth Unplugged also explains why some animals are so ugly.

    Babies are cute, sure, but why are they cute? AsapSCIENCE explains the science of "Baby Schema" and why we just want to pinch those widdle cheeks. Conversely, Earth Unplugged explains the science behind why some animals are so very ugly.

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  9. Babies Keep Parents Sleep Deprived on Purpose So They Don’t Make Any More Babies

    "Go the f--- to sleep." —Samuel L. Jackson

    Any new parent can tell you that sleeping through the night is a rare experience after babby is formed. According to Harvard biology professor David Haig, that may be on purpose. He says that babies intentionally wake parents up for overnight feedings to keep them from... making more babies.

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  10. We Know We Shouldn’t, But Can We Genetically Modify Geniuses?

    And don't try to argue that we should. I had to sit through Baby Geniuses. Never again.

    Don't worry, friends, no one's going to start recreating Gattaca. But there is a team of scientists working on research for something called the Cognitive Genome Project, which seeks to explain the genetic markers for intelligence. How successful could they be? AsapSCIENCE and special guest Jake from Vsauce3 explain the basics.

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