Health and Development
Your baby's big day is as much of a milestone for you as it is for your babe. Make the day special with these sweet (and easy!) first birthday ideas.
It's your baby's first birthday! Let him dig into his first birthday cake toddler-style with an adorable smash cake that's almost too cute to eat. Almost.
Great sleepers are made, not born. Take back the night with this 24/7 guide.
According to a new study, babies who feel little attachment to their mothers during pregnancy might be at greater risk for developmental delays.
A wee workout for baby.
The newborn photos you have to see.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex condition, affecting 1 in 68 children. But can it be prevented during pregnancy? Experts weigh in on the latest research.
A recent op-ed in the LA Times presents an argument in favor of bed-sharing between parents and infants. Benefits aside, is sleeping in a bed with your baby actually safe?
The perfect books and baby music to enjoy with your little one as he listens and learns.
The latest information on cord blood usage and banking services
A baby's exposure to allergens may lead to asthma and allergies later on.
One of the first forms of communication.
Your baby will study the world from day one. Review this A to Z of development, then get ready to cheer on your little learner.
Sure, baby rolls are adorable, but in this age of skyrocketing childhood obesity rates, they can also be worrisome. Our guide to growth charts can help you relax.
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.
This video gives us a an incredible look at a cesarean that results in the baby being born en caul. Warning: Contains graphic footage of childbirth.
Your baby will love to explore her world as her eyesight develops.
Watch your new baby for signs that he's hearing properly.
The developmental milestones that mark your child's first year of life.
Games that help your infant's development
Autism is largely genetic, but evidence also points to "triggers" in the prenatal environment.
An alarming new report from the CDC finds that the rate of a serious birth defect in the abdomen, called gastroschisis, has more than doubled. Could you be at risk?
According to a recent study, it may have nothing to do with your child's dreams.