Health and Development
New research reveals a new reason to get off your phone around your baby.
Your little one is growing up fast. Don't miss these must-do moments.
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.
An alarming report shows high levels of arsenic in babies who ate rice-based products. So should you skip them for your child?
Great sleepers are made, not born. Take back the night with this 24/7 guide.
One of the first forms of communication.
The perfect books and baby music to enjoy with your little one as he listens and learns.
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.
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.
The latest information on cord blood usage and banking services
A new study says their Cesarean rates are well above national targets.
A new study says being born small and getting too stressed out during pregnancy are two important risk factors for women's long-term health.
You might want to take a few deep breaths before you read this.
The age-old technique of swaddling a baby before putting the to bed is now being tied to a heightened risk of SIDS.
The developmental milestones that mark your child's first year of life.
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.
Figuring out how and when to play with your newborn isn't all child's play! Experts divulge what toys and games work best for babies in this age-by-age guide.
A new study sheds light on the causes of sudden infant death syndrome. Does this mean a treatment could be on its way?
While older studies link stress in pregnancy with everything from low birth weight to autism, a newer study says it could actually make your baby stronger.
Games that help your infant's development
How to prevent hair tourniquets
A wee workout for baby.
Your baby will love to explore her world as her eyesight develops.
Watch your new baby for signs that he's hearing properly.