Parents choose juice boxes, gummy vitamins and bottled water with their kids' health in mind, but it could lead to more cavities, warns Dr. Rachel A. Maher.
Open adoptions and genetic testing make it easier for parents to learn about family medical history for a baby or themselves.
There is no need to immediately pick up a baby as soon as he starts to whimper, just be sure to calm him down eventually at least half the time.
The number of conditions that can be detected in genetic screening is increasing. But which tests should you get?
Experienced mothers provide advice and support for first-timers.
4 easy-to-make projects for toddlers and babies
Pediatrician and MomSpeak blogger Katie Lockwood discusses ways to avoid additives and plastics when preparing food for your family.
Tips for taking care of the family when mom needs to take a sick day.
A mother shares lessons learned from raising adopted children.