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CBS News  
The name Caitlin peaked in popularity in 1988, but after more than three decades, it's seeing a resurgence – likely thanks to Caitlin Clark. Mid-year baby name trends show the WNBA star isn't the only person influencing names, so are other athletes, actors and movie characters, according to BabyCenter, which has analyzed naming trends for the past 20 years...The name Zendaya is up this year and has been steadily increasing since the release of "Dune: Part Two" in March.
Morningstar  
"Our goal is to foster a healthcare environment where every patient feels seen, respected, and well cared for," said Steve Leibforth, Managing Director, Castle Connolly. "This list of Top LGBTQ+ Doctors is designed to connect patients with physicians who not only excel in their medical fields but also bring a profound understanding of the specific health concerns and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community. We are also proud to introduce a new resource recognizing doctors who provide LGBTQ+ Affirming Care, further supporting patients in finding compassionate and safe healthcare providers."
HuffPost  
According to a new report from BabyCenter, “Bridgerton” names are having a moment in 2024...It turns out many “Bridgerton” character names are among the most popular ― including the latest season’s protagonist Penelope at No. 33 and Charlotte (who even got her own spin-off prequel in 2023) at No. 5...HBO’s “The Gilded Age” features Carrie Coon as a shrewd social climber named Bertha ― a name that has notably risen 700 places in 2024.
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