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The Morning Edition - K-W | Jul 23, 2013 | 6:01

Chronicling pregnancy online: The new normal?

The royal baby's finally here. Details of the hours before his birth were tweeted and reported in detail. Aimee Morrison studies digital media at the University of Waterloo and talks to us about why pregnancy is chronicled in so much detail online.

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