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The children of mothers who used acetaminophen during the last two trimesters of pregnancy were 63 percent more likely to develop ADHD.
A new study shows epidurals can actually lengthen labor longer than previously thought, bringing to question current standards 'normal labor.'
Researchers find that most women are clueless about when and even how to make a baby.
People cite the struggle to find the right partner and a lack of economic security as the primary reasons for not having children.
Experts can't look at an adult skull and know the sex for sure, let alone determine it from a grainy ultrasound.
The new "Improved Formula' baby shampoo will no longer contain quaternium-15 and other potential carcinogens.
New parents may find themselves returning to the hospital with a case of sticker shock when they receive the bill.
MTV’s '16 and Pregnant' has pulled up the slack where sex-ed classes have lagged.
Giving doses of beneficial bacteria to babies reduced infant colic, gastroesophageal reflux and constipation in a new study.
Tots stare longer at situations that flummox them, such as when two people who seem to have similar interests aren't friendly to one another.
Close contact between mothers and babies can have positive impacts on children's health for years to come.
Mothers with higher levels of vitamin D in pregnancy have babies with more muscle strength, according to a new study.
New research may help health care providers identify women who are likely to develop postpartum depression before it becomes a problem.
Video: Ann Turner Cook shares the story of how she became one of the most recognizable baby faces in the world.
Cheesy trend saw a 450% growth in popularity this year.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.