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Many doctors want to protect pregnant women from more immediate dangers, and say that warning their patients about environmental risks may create unnecessary anxiety.
Signs of behavioral problems, including attention problems, were seen in 12.7 percent of the children who did not receive iron supplements.
Typical morning sickness is a sign that the body is adjusting the pregnancy while intense morning sickness could be an indicator of more serious issues.
New research might help parents and health care providers work together to predict and prevent childhood obesity.
A computer-aided analysis showed the cries of babies at heightened risk for autism were higher and more variable in pitch.
Researchers have created an online calculator that uses the formula, and they it will be used to identify infants at high risk.
You don't have to use those heavily packaged drugstore tests.
New study links prenatal exposure to flame retardants to poor motor skills, attention problems, and lower IQ scores.
New global report calls family planning a 'fundamental human right' that governments are obligated to protect.
The study also suggests that women whose bodies process alcohol slowly are at greater risk of harming their baby's brain development.
How to make your baby's first hair cut a milestone moment you will treasure for years to come.
New study finds link between acetaminophen use in infants and the development of asthma later in childhood.
Video: Dr. Nancy Snyderman weighs in on a new report that shows influenza during pregnancy increases the risk of autism, but also cautions that it shouldn't prevent women from getting their flu shots.
Is a doll that 'breastfeeds' inappropriate for children?
Keep germs at bay with these five simple tips for keeping your baby healthy during cold and flu season.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.