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Advocates of elimination communication say babies can and should start potty training well before their toddler years.
From today's declining fertility rates to the increasing money people spend on moms, here's a look at motherhood by the numbers.
Wet nappie? There’s an app for that.
Crying can interrupt certain brain activities in women, including those who are not parents.
Laura Wattenberg offers up not just name meanings but a data-driven approach to baby names.
An Indiana mom finds herself in trouble when a flight attendant decides the mother cannot use her breast pump during the flight.
Video: Fertility yoga focuses on relaxing the pelvic area, increasing blood flow and reducing stress.
The findings suggest behavioral interventions aimed at social and motor skill development in these children could be started right away.
Traveling mom Rachel Simmons asks Delta airlines to install changing tables on all flights. Will they get on board?
A new study shows that fathers are just as good as mothers at recognizing their babies' unique cues.
Research from the U.K. finds that consuming 2 drinks a week when pregnant is not linked to adverse outcomes in childhood.
Researchers speculate that inflammation around nerve fibers in the brain could be responsible for the connection.
The 3D fetus models could allow blind parents "see" sonograms of their babies for the first time.
A year after men received circumcisions, the total bacterial load in the area that used to be under the foreskin dropped significantly.
A new study finds that the decision to vaccinate a child is as much social and cultural as it is science-based.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.