Your first weeks home with a new baby can be awkward and scary. Here's what to expect and how to stay sane.
Three common causes of wheezing in infants, plus key ways to promote an easier-breathing environment for your bub.
From booster seats to IKEA crib mattresses to Graco strollers and Beech-Nut baby food, here are the recent major baby gear recalls. Are any of these items in your home?
Is it good or bad to give your baby a binkie? We offer the latest news.
Great sleepers are made, not born. Take back the night with this 24/7 guide.
Our expert pediatricians weigh in on these smart-sounding (but wrong) ideas.
How to conquer the grocery store with baby in tow.
An interview with Robert Sears, M.D. explaining the practice of letting a baby "cry it out."
You might want to rethink feeding your infant certain suggested starter foods after this major revelation.
When baby arrives, are you thinking, "Move over, Rover"?
Expert advice to get your little one to sleep, thanks to a step-by-step bedtime routine and app.
Follow these precautions, reduce the risk.
If you've ever seen your baby take on a blue cast, you know how scary this is and it still warrants a 911 call. But according to new research, your baby could be totally fine.
Think you're the only new mom who routinely gets just an hour of uninterrupted sleep? Think again.
A whopping 93 percent of new parents make at least one infant car seat mistake when buckling up their baby.
Cloth diapers are cheap, eco-friendly, and less of a hassle than you think. Here's what you need to know.
From breast milk jewelry to diaper-free babies
A new study sheds light on the causes of sudden infant death syndrome. Does this mean a treatment could be on its way?
Red marks, coneheads and crossed eyes are just some of the features infants may be born with. But don't worry; they aren''t permanent.
These seemingly innocuous sleep accessories can be incredibly dangerous for your child and medical experts are calling for them to be pulled from the market.
Trends in treatment for these painful, persistent ailments