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Toronto parents Kathy Witterick, David Stocker have decided to keep the gender of their baby Storm a secret and have only told their two sons. According to the media, the parents believe  that keeping Storm’s gender a secret will mean that he or she will grow up to be free of gender stereotypes.  CTV News quoted them as saying “We’ve decided not to share Storm’s sex for now — a tribute to freedom and choice in place of limitation.”  Strong views about this matter were discussed on the talk show: The View and this issue is getting a lot of media attention.

What do you think? Is this ridiculous? Is this potentially harmful to baby Storm? Are you curious about Storm’s gender and  whether or not Storm is a boy or a girl? Do you applaud the parents for taking this stand? Or, do you think this might be an ingenious media stunt? Please weigh in and share your opinion!

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Dana Prince on May 27th, 2011

Concerned about anti-anxiety medications during pregnancy? You might be interested in the following Guest Post, submitted by

Rachel Gilner, the National Awareness Coordinator at

Zoloft and other SSRIs Connected to Birth Defects, Serious Side Effects

The popular anti-anxiety medication Zoloft has been associated with serious birth defects according to a study published in the British Medical Journal.

The study found that the risk of developing birth defects such as septal defects may be doubled in infants whose mothers took Zoloft while pregnant. Septal defects create holes in the upper or lower chambers of the heart and affect the way that blood pumps from chamber to chamber.

The development of septal defects in babies was found to increase from 0.5 percent to 0.9 percent in pregnant women who took Zoloft during the first three months of pregnancy.

Due to these serious side effects, many women have filed a Zoloft lawsuit against the drug manufacturer. Although Zoloft does carry safety warnings, the medication has not yet been recalled and is available on the market.

Zoloft is an antidepressant medication and treats a variety of anxiety disorders such as obsessive compulsive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder. The drug balances chemicals in the brain that are out of balance in patients diagnosed with anxiety or depression.

Serious Zoloft side effects include muscle stiffness, confusion, irritability, hot or dry skin, coma and involuntary muscle movements. Zoloft also carries warnings concerning the increased risk of neonatal persistent pulmonary hypertension, serotonin syndrome and suicidal behavior.

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