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Boy's father tells reporters, 'I've got a linebacker instead of a fullback.'
Researchers are worried about this trend since kids set their taste preferences early in life, and if they become used to lots of sugar and salt, they may end up with unhealthy diets as adults.
New study finds no correlation between high levels of mercury in pregnant women and developmental delays in their babies.
New research finds that babies absorb information best when they follow learning with a good nap.
These 5 tips can help you make the right decision when choosing a doctor for your child.
From medication to paperwork, babies experience several firsts just after emerging into the world.
BabyCenter's list, while not scientific, often predicts trends later revealed on the national list provided by the U.S. Social Security database.
Despite years of warning, a new study reveals that most babies in the U.S. still sleep with soft bedding.
A new toy line that lets babies post their images to the Web raises an interesting question.
Children exposed in second or third trimester could have serious weight gain later in life.
Younger children sometimes resist taking the breaks they need to get through the day. These tips can help get them to sleep smoothly.
'From the NICU to the Moon' transforms premature babies into tiny dreamers using a little Photoshop magic.
Incubator is only a fraction of the cost of a standard incubator unit and is easier to transport.
The United States still has one of the highest preterm birth rates among similarly developed countries.
At California's Children's Hospital, the Small Baby Unit is designed to simulate the calm and quiet of the mother's womb.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.