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Safety Alert! Huge Recall of Baby Wipes

A nationwide recall has been issued for major store brands of wipes. Here's what you need to know.
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Are You Making Dangerous Car Seat Mistakes? A New Study Says Yes

A whopping 93 percent of new parents make at least one infant car seat mistake when buckling up their baby.

Does Breastfeeding Really Reduce Your Risk of Breast Cancer?

We dug through the complicated research to help you minimize your risk.

Baby Names: 3 Decision-Making Tips for Parents-to-Be

Sarah Drew, our October/November cover star, helps you find the perfect name.

15 Brilliant Ways to Calm Your Baby

Appealing to your cherub's sight, sound, taste, smell and touch can soothe your baby in the womb—and stop crying once she's a newborn.

Royal Baby News: Prince George Is Going to Be a Big Brother!

In honor of the exciting announcement, let's take a look at other famous siblings.

52 Baby Names for Fans of Americana

Inspired by everything from presidents to artisans, here are some fun ideas for giving your U.S.-born baby a homegrown monikor

Tasty and Simple Baby Food Recipes

Want to make your own baby food? It's easier than you think.

The Simple Way to Boost Baby's Language Development

New research finds an easy way to help you teach your baby to speak

See Alyssa Milano's New Breastfeeding Selfie!

Alyssa Milano is the latest celeb mama sharing a breastfeeding selfie. See the beautiful photo and more celebs who are nursing and proud.

The New-Mom Guide to Protecting Baby From the Sun

Shield your baby from the sun’s evil rays with these oh-so-simple solutions.

The Ultimate Guide to Breastfeeding

Here's everything you need to know about nursing.

Read This if You're Considering Only Unique Baby Names

How to find the perfect, not-too-popular name for your little one.

Family Travel Tips: Enjoy Your First Vacation with Baby

The lowdown on what to pack and how to plan, so your first big trip will go off without a hitch.

The Wrong Way to Give Your Child Medicine

Plus, four ways to get it right—every time
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