Small slip-ups can overly discourage new moms, who often run on too little sleep and too much anxiety.
One in 10 babies is born with or develops birthmarks. Here are the six most common kinds.
Most babies go through a phase of resisting or refusing breastfeeding. Four common, treatable conditions are often involved.
To calm a crying baby, parents can create a “fourth trimester” of rhythmic stimulation that imitates the womb experience.
The cost of caution keeps coming down. Here's a sampling of modestly priced, widely available products
The sooner a child gets treatment, the better the outcome is likely to be.
Taken off breastfeeding or formula, some toddlers refuse cow's milk. The problem is the potential for a vitamin D or calcium deficiency.
A typical middle-income U.S. family will spend an average of $13,590 on baby’s first year alone. Here are ways you can spend less, get better value and still buy high quality, safe products.
Frequently asked questions and answers for breastfeeding moms
Concern for the environment leads many new parents to choose between cloth and disposable diapers, wondering which is better for Mother Earth.
Mom-baby yoga classes can foster bonding and a sense of empowerment.