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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.
Preemie baby boys have a higher risk of death and disability than preemie girls of the same age.
Researchers believe the inborn instinct may help to prevent babies from putting poisonous plants in their mouths.
A new study suggests that having asthma can affect conception, though the disease has no effect on fertility.
Health experts say the Odón Device has the potential to save lives around the world.
Will the powerful new robot vacuum cleaner mean turbo-charged rides for babies?
Health officials in certain U.K. communities are offering £200 to moms who breast-feed for six months.
The ideal of younger parenthood can clash with societal pressure to prioritize education and career advancement.
A range of factors, including a child's personality and the ability to form attachments to other people, make measuring in utero exposure to alcohol difficult.
The earlier doctors can identify autism, the more effective treatments are thought to be.
Whether it's Mozart or Miley Cyrus, a new study finds your baby is listening to every note.
Giving your child a different name could be a lifelong advantage.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.