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No Joke, These 'Smart Diapers' Can Detect Your Child's Health

A New York tech startup has combined diapers with a mobile app to give parents real-time health info on their babies. Full story

Oops! Girl covers little brother in diaper cream

  TODAY’s Willie Geist and Al Roker, along with Mel B., take a look at an adorable video showing a little girl, 3, caught after covering her 21-month-old brother from head to toe in diaper cream.

SCA shares down after earnings miss forecasts

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - SCA <SCAb.ST>, Europe's biggest hygiene products maker, posted a smaller-than-expected rise in second-quarter core profit amid meager demand growth in the region. Full story

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  Al, Willie compete for title of number one dad

To prepare for Father’s Day this Sunday, TODAY’s Natalie Morales puts Al and Willie through their dad paces, asking them trivia questions and having them compete in challenges like diapering, hair braiding, and more.

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Vanessa Moreno, 24, changes the diapers of her two-month-old baby Makayla at Prototypes residential treatment program in Pomona
Vanessa Moreno, 24, changes the diapers of her two-month-old baby Makayla at Prototypes residential treatment program in Pomona

Vanessa Moreno, 24, changes the diapers of her two-month-old baby Makayla at Prototypes residential treatment program in Pomona, California, March 26, 2013. Prototypes is part of the Second Chance Women's Re-entry Court program, one of the first in the U.S. to focus on women. It offers a cost-saving