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Wed, Oct 22, 2014 1:07 PM
New survey finds that as the U.S. economy worsened, vasectomy rates increased.
The Internet and social media are changing how we think about privacy. When it comes to regulation, Europe and America have very different approaches.
New research leads some health experts to suggest that the maximum age for sperm donors be raised to 45.
Taller than the Statue of Liberty, this 17-story monster slide looks like an absolute blast.
The middle schooler's simple and inexpensive device can be made at home by anyone with young children.
Infant Self Rescue has saved hundreds of lives, and can be learned even by the very young to prevent drowning.
You know the balance of power has shifted in your house when ...
The Lost Dogs' Home Human Walking Program reached out to office workers in need of some fresh air, and saved hundreds of dogs' lives in the process.
Thwart and discourage attackers with these basic techniques.
Researchers in Alaska hope to reduce their state's rate of fetal alcohol syndrome by bringing free pregnancy tests where they might do the most good.
For every cat photo or video you post on social media using the #MyGreatCat hashtag, Purina Pro Plan will donate a pound of food to feline rescue groups.
These playful pups won't let anything get in the way of a game of fetch — not ice, not blindness and not even a lack of living participant.
Are you thinking of making your own homemade baby formula? Here's a look at the pros and cons.
Pediatrician group launches initiative to encourage parents to start reading to their babies from day one.
How a dog once abandoned on the side of the road was rescued and rehabilitated to become a sassy bacon-eating, nap-taking celebrity on Instagram.
Popular hiking writer and outdoorswoman Karen Sykes succumbed to the cold last week, reminding us all of the counterintuitive dangers of summertime hiking.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.