Find the latest health news on babies & pregnancy and get practical tips on eco-friendly child rearing.
Actress says that her heart has tripled in size.
Deaths of babies in their first 4 weeks of life now account for 41 percent of all child deaths, a number that is likely to increase.
Snuff — ground tobacco high in nicotine that doesn't generate additional chemicals like cigarette smoke — is generally safer than cigarettes.
New study finds exposure to cigarette smoke has the greatest effect on a child's health when it occurs in utero.
Study: Gap between unplanned pregnancies between poor and affluent is consistent with broader disparities in health care.
Excessive amounts of pillows, blankets and crib bumpers increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
Exposing eggs to high levels of saturated fatty acids can harm the development of the embryo, study finds.
Research from 1995 to 2009 showed 457 cases of hormone receptor-positive breast cancer and 318 cases of hormone receptor-negative breast cancer.
As scientists continue to seek a cause for autism, some mothers are left feeling guilty.
Non-invasive test detects baby's gender with 95 percent accuracy.
New procedure can also help families make prenatal decisions to prevent or lessen the impacts of genetic disorders.
Read this before you drop $300 on a device you may end up not using.
Moms-to-be can add expected children to their list of family members.
The Vinci is the new mobile tablet marketed to babies younger than 4 years old.
Critics: Findings that electromagnetic fields are linked to asthma 'cannot be justified' and 'ignore' previous research.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.