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Can’t get your baby to sleep? Nick Lachey’s got this. The first time dad wants to help other kids get their rest. His album, “A Father’s Lullaby,” features 12 songs, including classics like “You Are My Sunshine” and “Brahms Lullaby.” The album, available on iTunes and Amazon on Wednesday, also features four original tracks that Lachey co-wrote, inspired by his own baby, Camden, born last September. The singer will release a new album, “2.0,” in May with 98 Degrees.

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A partnership between Sean Combs and Mark Wahlberg? We’ll drink to that. The mogul and movie star have gone into business together with their water brand AQUAhydrate. To sell the mineral- and electrolyte-enhanced beverage, Diddy recently outed himself as a bed wetter due to (he thinks) all the sugar in his childhood diet. “To all you boys and girls out there. . . . I’m telling you to drink water, OK?” he said on “The Ellen Degeneres Show.” “It will stop you from wetting the bed, and you won’t be embarrassed in front of the girls at sleepovers.” At GNC.

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Celeb dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt and plastic surgeon Dr. Julio Gallo (who rejuvenated Kim Kardashian) were among a who’s-who gathering at Villa Azur last week for the U.S. launch of GliSODin Skin Nutrients, out of Paris. GliSODin has international cred, having been prescribed in more than 30 countries and has fans in Drew Barrymore, Lady Gaga and Sandra Bullock, thanks to super ingredients like green coffee extract, lemon balm, and artichoke. Available at the Miami Institute for Age Management and the offices of Drs. Alicia Barba and Mariano Busso. www.glisodinskin.com

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Even though “Magic Mike” star Channing Tatum spends a lot of his time shirtless (not that there’s anything wrong with that), we know for sure what clothes he does like. Go to the website for his New Orleans restaurant, Saints and Sinners (http://saintsandsinnersnola.com), then click on “Store.” There you will find T-shirts, caps, even underwear with the logo of the festive, jazzy spot that Tatum and his wife Jenna Dewan opened last November.

Madeleine Marr

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