Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Tue, Jul 22, 2014 1:21 PM
By the time hero cat Smudge got through with them, the bullies ran off in tears.
They're steeped in superstition, they're not photogenic, and studies show they can be aloof, but shelter workers say don't judge a cat or dog by its color.
Clever canines have created ways to keep the ball rolling, even if there's no human around to throw it for them.
Video: When 3-year-old Jamie Hashimoto plays 'The Floor is Lava,' the floor is actually lava. Sort of. Jamie’s father, Daniel Hashimoto, is an after-effects specialist for Dreamworks.
Purina ONE has set up a temporary cat cafe in Manhattan’s Bowery neighborhood where visitors can sip 'cat'achinos' and even adopt a shelter cat.
New petition asks Target to let parents - and kids - choose toys by interest, not by aisle color.
For pet-toting travelers, particularly those who rely on the companionship of service dogs, a cleverly designed in-terminal pooch lavatory spells sweet relief.
Dillie the deer was rescued as a fawn. She now shares a home with her adoptive family and has even inspired a book.
More than 5,000 people are expected to attend the One Million Pibble March organized by comedian and pit bull advocate Rebecca Corry.
Sports of all stripes have the potential for concussions and worst still is that the diagnosis and treatment methods for concussions are varied and inconsistent.
Skin cancer diagnoses have grown more than any other type of cancer. The good news? Skin cancer is also the most easily cured.
PBS Kids' beloved Arthur cartoon will spend Earth week teaching kids to go green.
Don't think you have time to exercise with a baby? These exercises will get you in shape while you spend time with your little one.
It's notoriously tough to know exactly what's in your soap, shampoo, deodorant, makeup, and other personal care products, but this app makes the task a bit easier.
Pet food company offers to share viral videos profits with dogs in need.
The site in Leicester also provided archeologists with Roman tweezers, brooches, coins and samples of painted wall plaster.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.