An alarming report shows high levels of arsenic in babies who ate rice-based products. So should you skip them for your child?
You might want to rethink feeding your infant certain suggested starter foods after this major revelation.
A new initiative is bringing awareness to childhood hunger, one pouch at a time.
Sage Spoonfuls shares homemade baby food recipes for both baby and family.
Can we just stop judging mothers for their choices already? You never know a person's true story.
A lawsuit against Jessica Alba's company alleges Honest's Premium Infant Formula contains ingredients prohibited by federal law from organics; the brand says the accusations are false.
Want to make your own baby food? It's easier than you think.
A recent review of the current evidence recommends babies should eat allergenic foods, like cow's milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, fish and shellfish early not later.
7 smart steps to help ensure that you nurture a robust baby.
Fulfill your baby's nutrient needs with these feeding guidelines.
How you feel, emotionally, during pregnancy could influence your child's eating habits. And conditions like postpartum depression could play a part.
How to spice up your own homemade purees.
Discover insider tips from experts and real moms for feeding your little one solids. Plus, check out must-have gear picks to get your kitchen baby-ready.
A new study shows that certain formulas thought to lessen babies' chances of developing eczema and allergies actually don't fulfill that claim. Here's why.
Beat obesity by letting your baby feed herself.
When feeding your baby, some rules were made to be broken.
A picky toddler can make dinnertime feel like a nightmare. Here's what to do when Baby won't eat.
Feeding your baby solid food is a major milestone--and it's worth the wait.
How to instill healthy eating habits and deal with fussy eaters.
New research has discovered that certain immune changes seen in cord blood are linked to later development of food allergies in babies. Will this lead to a cure?
What to feed your baby.