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Teen Moms Linked to Obesity Later in Life

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By Staff Report If you're a young mom, how you ate while pregnant could affect your weight and health later in life. Are you at risk of being obese? So much for the quicker to bounce back philosophy for young moms when it comes to their bodies and weight. According to a national study conducted by the University of Michigan,women who gave birth before 19 had 32%
What Would You Do, If a Stranger Hit Your Child?

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By: Carolina Pichardo What would you do if your child was slapped by a stranger and called the n-word to top it? Imagine being in a plane, restaurant, or on a park bench sitting with your fussy toddler. He's crying, you're trying hard to calm him down, and yet it isn't enough. When suddenly, someone leaps in and just slaps your child in the face. Sounds absurd,
Why Moms Live Longer (Young Moms Take Note)

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By: Carolina Pichardo Being a young mom isn't only a beautiful thing, but a recent study by Dr. Esben Agerbo shows it helps us live longer too! People often ask me if I knew what I know now, if I would've waited to have my daughter—and I always reply, "No." Now, there's studies that show how my role has probably added a few good years to my
Meet Our Media Sponsors: The Manhattan Times + Bronx Free Press

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By: Staff Report Young Urban Moms (YUM) welcomes our Young Moms Conference Media Sponsors, The Manhattan Times & Bronx Free Press Young Urban Moms (YUM) is proud to announce our first-ever, groundbreaking conference for Young Moms in New York City on Saturday, September 8th. Please join us in welcoming our team of speakers, panel experts and most importantly, community friends. The
Recap of the Young Moms BlogHer Takeover

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By: Gloria Malone Young Urban Moms (YUM) sponsored Gloria Malone's first BlogHer experience + we couldn't wait to read all about it! As a former teen mom and new blogger, attending Blogher12 was surreal for me. However, with the power of social media and - more impact-fully - the power of teen and young moms on social media, I was able to attend Blogher12 because of Young Urban Moms
Young Mom, Gloria Malone – Heading to BlogHer

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By: Carolina Pichardo Young Urban Moms is very excited to help Gloria Malone of teenmomnyc.com attend her first #BlogHer in New York City I was given the opportunity to go to BlogHer in 2010, when it was first in New York City. YUM was only a few months old at the time. I didn't know much about the conference or blogging - or whether I was good enough
Young Moms YOUnite on YUM

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By: Carolina Pichardo Young Urban Moms (YUM) is very proud to announce a video partnership with Young Mom YOUnite! Young Urban Moms (YUM) is very proud to announce a video partnership with Young Mom YOUnite! Young Moms YOUnite is a YouTube channel that chronicles the lives, issues, and day-to-day of young moms everywhere. Sarah and Channing started the channel in 2010, and have since added to the roster
Young Moms in the White House – The Recap

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By: Carolina Pichardo What was a young mom doing in the White House? Thanks to LATISM and the #topblogueras, there was plenty! It’s suffice to say that never – from when we started this website – did we imagine being invited to the White House to discuss what we do for our community of young moms. However, that's what happened when Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) invited
LATISM Salutes YUM Co-Founder

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Latinos in Social  Media (LATISM) salutes Carolina Pichardo as one of the top Latina Bloggers from across the country As part of the recognition, Carolina Pichardo will attend the First Ever Top Latina Blogger Retreat in Washington DC Washington, DC (May 17, 2012) – Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) has recognized Carolina Pichard, co-founder of Young Urban Moms, Inc., as one of the 2012 Top Latina
Find the Silver Lining in Parenting

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By: Staff Report Dr. Mark Seery, from the Department of Psychology at the University at Buffalo, discusses with Young Urban Moms how to always find the silver lining in parenting Protecting our children is what we – as parents – should be doing best. We want to make sure they’re childhood is free of any pain, fear or harm. It’s the reason why we go to great