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Friday, January 26, 2007

Oh, Baby! Boston's number one

Think choosing a name for the new baby is hard enough?

At least Boston parents-to-be can relax about the city their baby will be born in.

According to Fit Pregnancy magazine, Boston comes in first in the nation for having a baby because of its high-ranked hospitals, insurance-covered fertility services and wealth of pediatricians, among other categories.

That may be no surprise in this medical hub, but how many people think about "stroller friendliness"?

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 10:03 PM
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