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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.
Doctors reverse age-old advice and now recommend nut consumption for pregnant women.
The pope sends a simple but powerful message to breast-feeding moms everywhere.
Raw milk carries a higher risk of parasitic and bacterial infections compared to pasteurized milk, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The super-model's pampered breast-feeding photo is drawing both criticism and praise from her fans.
At least three babies in 2013 where named Ziggo.
Researchers find patterns of brain development in babies are consistent with the patterns found in seniors with the disease.
Babies have a difficult time learning the names of non-solid objects, but when they get to play with those objects, they better retain the names.
Video: After trying to get pregnant for yea3rs, this daughter finally gets to tell her mother that she's expecting.
Chemicals widely used in household products and toiletries may increase the risk giving birth before 37 weeks of pregnancy, a new study suggests.
Since you can't ask infants about their dreams (and expect to get a coherent answer), we went to the experts.
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