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5 Words You Should Never Say to Your Kids (Or Should You?)

There are a lot of "dirty words" when it comes to parenting. But should you really remove them from your vocabulary?

Don't Forget What Makes You Happy

Take some cues about feeding your joy quotient--direct from our recent cover star, and television co-host, Daphne Oz.
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Scarlett Johansson, Pregnant and Prepared to Juggle Family and Career

Turns out, no one is immune to the stress that comes with balancing work and motherhood. Yep, not even the "Sexiest Woman Alive."
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Pregnant Christina Aguilera Announces the Sex of Her Baby-to-Be

Will the songstress have a second baby boy or her first girl?

Your Guide to Urinary Incontinence After Childbirth

Incontinence often starts during pregnancy but can linger long after. Fortunately, Kegels aren’t the only solution.

Build a Stronger Bond: 5 Ways to Feed Your Relationship

Television host (and our cover star), Daphne Oz, shares the secrets to maintaining a healthy relationship, in an excerpt from her book "Relish: An Adventure in Food, Style, and Everyday Fun"

Break Bad Relationship Habits

Don't let small habits lead to big problems.

5 Ways to Prepare for New Motherhood

5 ways to prep for the biggest role of your life: being a mom.
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A New Baby-Name Backlash

Critics respond to Kate Winslet's choice of baby name, but it has nothing to do with baby Bear's first name...
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Celebrity Babies: 2013 in Review

The most talked about babies of the year.

4 Reasons You’re Not Having Sex

Plus, how to overcome the most common sex-life saboteurs.

Preparing Older Siblings for the New Baby

7 proactive ways to keep sibling rivalry from becoming an issue.

Family Travel Made Simple

Rosie Pope, founder of the namesake maternity line, spills her secrets to happier holidays.

Celebrity Mini-Me's

Talk about spitting images. These little celeb apples certainly didn’t fall far from the tree; they’re carbon copies of their gorgeous mothers.
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