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Originally posted by QueenBee QueenBee wrote:

Originally posted by carolina cutie carolina cutie wrote:

I remember reading that Black people have higher rates of natural multiple births than other groups.
 
Probably because we eat yams (sweet potatoes).



Nope.  Yams =/= sweet potatoes.  And the yams that is popular in West Africa (and parts of the Caribbean and Central/South America) is the one that was observed in the study to try to relate the occurrence of multiple births.  Not sweet potatoes.
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Originally posted by NARSAddict NARSAddict wrote:



Nope.  Yams =/= sweet potatoes.  And the yams that is popular in West Africa (and parts of the Caribbean and Central/South America) is the one that was observed in the study to try to relate the occurrence of multiple births.  Not sweet potatoes.
 
Where I am from yams and sweet potatoes are used interchangeably.  Thus when I wrote yams (some folks call them as sweet potatoes).  *kanye shrug*


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Originally posted by QueenBee QueenBee wrote:

Originally posted by NARSAddict NARSAddict wrote:



Nope.  Yams =/= sweet potatoes.  And the yams that is popular in West Africa (and parts of the Caribbean and Central/South America) is the one that was observed in the study to try to relate the occurrence of multiple births.  Not sweet potatoes.
 
Where I am from yams and sweet potatoes are used interchangeably.  Thus when I wrote yams (some folks call them as sweet potatoes).  *kanye shrug*


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yam =/= sweet potato 
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The terms are used interchangeably .
They aren't the same but darker sweet potatoes are called yams.

Blame the USDA they labeled darker sweet potatoes yams to distinguish between the paler sweet potato
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Their babies look great considering they were early. Time to tie um up mommy!!! You did GREAT!

I met a woman who has been pregnant only 3 times but has birthed 7 children and she's in her 20's Cry. She had triplets, twins and another set of triplets but one died. 
I don't know her well enough to ask questions but I wonder if she has a condition which cause her to drop multiple eggs??
Shyt, I wonder if SHE had her tubs tied???
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Shoot forget the formula breast milk is free. She better get to pumping.

Anyone going to tell us what his job is? Iscanned the article but didn't see it. I see someone else asked so its not just me LOL.

I also seen the little girls face LOL. She doesn't look happy.
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^^Article says he's a field property manager.  If I were big sis, I'd want to move in with granny..
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She's got 4 previous kids...not 3. 3 boys and a girl. They probably wanted another girl, but ended up with 3 more boys and 2 more girls. Big deal. A lot of our parents, grandparents and great grandparents were popping out 8 kids anyways.
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yea im sure kids back then werent asking for ps3 and whatever has come with the changing times,  u cant compare 50 years ago to now, this aint hammy'down times no more so honey stop.


and i thank your post by accident Dead


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