Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Mar 27, 2015 2:31 PM
That look of sheer joy on a dog's windblown face isn't just about the refreshing breeze — it's about all the scents in the wind.
Rocket scientist and entrepreneur Scott Tibbitts may have found a way to keep texts from distracting drivers.
Applying the principles of universal design to a safe shower can help those with mobility challenges stay healthy and clean.
The first time your child has a friend over to the house can be tricky, but these tips can help ensure that everyone has fun.
BabyCenter's list, while not scientific, often predicts trends later revealed on the national list provided by the U.S. Social Security database.
Here's what you need to know to keep your furry friends happy and healthy this winter.
Despite years of warning, a new study reveals that most babies in the U.S. still sleep with soft bedding.
Make a list, and check it twice to be sure your holiday gifts are safe for little ones.
Your feline companion can be your trail buddy. Here's how to enjoy the great outdoors with your cat.
Study finds an increase in emergency department visits for kids related to toys — and foot-powered scooters are the number one reason they end up there.
Do these dogs really have a more powerful bite? Can they get along with other animals? We have answers to these questions and more.
How does your dog seem to decipher everything you say? New research suggests that dogs' brains process language in some of the same ways our brains do.
A new toy line that lets babies post their images to the Web raises an interesting question.
These popular kids' games are also perfect learning tools to keep your dog's mind active.
The harrowing story of how the dog managed to finish the race with his adopted companions with melt your heart.
Children exposed in second or third trimester could have serious weight gain later in life.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.