Baby / Babies

These Rare Boy Names Were Only Used 5 Times Last Year

Posted On: May 21, 2019   |   Posted By: Scary Mommy

These Rare Boy Names Were Only Used 5 Times Last Year

If you think unique girls' names are hard to find, just try naming a boy.
Look at the history of popular names for boys, and you'll find much less variation than their female counterparts. Of course, you've got many more choices than the perennial favorites John, William, and Robert, but to find something truly unique you've got to dig deep.
And that's where the Social Security Administration's annual compilation of data comes in handy.
Everybody knows that the SSA keeps a yearly tally of the top 1,000 most popular baby names - but did you know that they keep a record of all names given to five or more babies?
Way down at the bottom of the list, buried like gems beneath the Liams and Noahs are the names that were given to just five babies. FIVE.
Here are our picks for those “sweet spot” names, the ones that are completely underused at this point, but still sound on-trend .
1. Esher
This...

Continue reading ...

 








Needle-less Flu Vaccine is Highly Effective

Needle-less Flu Vaccine is Highly Effective

New needle-less flu vaccine patch boosted the immune system much better than a traditional flu shot without any negative side effects Read more ...

The 10 women who beat breast cancer

The 10 women who beat breast cancer

The survivors, from Lincolnshire, aged from 47 to 81 and including eight blood relatives, won their battle after 15 years. Joyce Waite, 78, was the first to be diagnosed in 2002. Read more ...

Cancer Cells Exhibit Cannibalism to Survive Chemotherapy: Here's How

Cancer Cells Exhibit Cannibalism to Survive Chemotherapy: Here's How

Cancer cells can survive chemotherapy by resorting to cannibalism. This behavior provides them with the energy resources to stay alive and cause tumor relapse after the... Read more ...

Mother begs people to donate blood as her two-year-old is only being kept...

Mother begs people to donate blood as her two-year-old is only being kept alive by transfusions

Steph Davidson's daughter Adeline relies on blood transfusions while she waits for a bone marrow transplant. Adeline, from Scotland, has low levels of platelets and red and... Read more ...

Gut Bacteria may Influence Your Blood Sugar Levels: Here's How

Gut Bacteria may Influence Your Blood Sugar Levels: Here's How

Bacteria living in your gut may negatively influence your blood sugar levels, reveals a new study. Read more ...

New Imaging Technology Could Revolutionize the Future of Cancer Surgery

New Imaging Technology Could Revolutionize the Future of Cancer Surgery

New imaging technology uses the way light from lasers communicates with cancerous and healthy tissues to distinguish between them in real-time. Read more ...

Being a Night Owl can Make Teen Girls More Fat

Being a Night Owl can Make Teen Girls More Fat

Are you a night owl? Watch out, poor sleep and staying up late at night can cause excess weight gain among teen girls. Read more ...

Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital...

Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital protein virus needs

Researchers have identified a vital protein in cells which the cold virus needs in order to reproduce. By stopping humans producing this protein, they can stop the cells from... Read more ...

Defective Cilia Tied to Heart Valve Birth Defects: Study

Defective Cilia Tied to Heart Valve Birth Defects: Study

Mutation in a gene regulating the production of cilia are associated with the development of Bicuspid aortic valve , the most common heart valve birth defect. Read more ...

Lifting weights can improve survival of lung cancer patients

Lifting weights can improve survival of lung cancer patients

Weightlifting is not just for making the body look more muscular. By increasing a person's muscle mass, strength training prevents the onset of sarcopenia and makes it easier... Read more ...