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Good News: Preemies Can Now Survive at 22 Weeks

Study finds that with the right treatment, tiny babies can survive on the outside earlier than we thought.

Would You Take Breast Milk From a Stranger?

Thousands of women are doing it, but there are risks. And you don't always get what you pay for.

PHOTOS: Mom With Mastectomy Nurses Newborn For First Time

Heartwrenching and inspiring: Two amazing photos of a new mom with cancer breastfeeding her baby for the first time go viral.

The 8 BEST Places to Nurse in America

From a pimped-out nursing lounge at a ballpark to airport lactation suites, here are the coolest places to nurse (and pump) in style.

WATCH: 10 Things to Know Before Having a Baby

Feeling hormonal? Grab the tissues. You're gonna need 'em!

Could Breast Milk Make Your Baby Happier?

A new study explores the impact of breastfeeding on your little one's behavior.

We LOVE Leah and Brandon Jenner's Baby Name Pick—What Do You Think?!

These first-time parents picked out an adorable baby name for their newborn.

A Senator Just Wants to Change a Diaper, Okay?

Will New York put changing tables in every men's room? (Ashton Kutcher, your wish might come true!)

ALERT! UPPAbaby Recalls Strollers and RumbleSeats Due to Choking Hazard

Over 79,000 called back after reports of children biting off pieces of the buggy's foam bumper bar.

Baby Boomerang: Why Second Pregnancies are So Often Unplanned

A new CDC study finds 30 percent of women get pregnant again within 18 months. Here's why.

Would You Let the Internet Name Your Baby?

Couple asks the Internet to choose their baby's name. And we ask the Internet if it would ask the Internet to choose its baby's name. We're so meta.

QUIZ: Nanny or Day Care—Which Is Best?

Day care or nanny? It's one of the biggest decisions you'll make after baby. And this short quiz is here to help.

New Way for Moms to Interact with Preemies Gives Babies Hope

New studies show that mothers can help their premature babies grow by interacting with them in the right way.

Here's Why You're Probably Having a Boy

51 percent of babies born in the U.S. are boys, but science says it should be 50/50. What gives?
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