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Tue, Mar 11, 2014 11:22 AM
White, educated mothers are having premature and smaller babies because of risky drinking, concludes British researchers.
Researchers find that the number of words poorer kids hear each day might put them at a disadvantage when compared to their more affluent peers.
When Dominic the pit bull first cuddled up to a dog that had just come out of surgery, clinic staff were stunned. The rest, as they say, is history.
Video: Ann Turner Cook shares the story of how she became one of the most recognizable baby faces in the world.
Northern Illinois' high-fiving mascot Diesel is retiring, but a young husky named Mission is ready to take over his duties.
Rafters paddle homemade rafts during the 47th annual Matlock Boxing Day Raft Race in Derbyshire, England.
Cheesy trend saw a 450% growth in popularity this year.
Video: Wings of Rescue's third annual Holiday Airlift saved 500 dogs from overcrowded shelters in southern California and flew them to the Pacific Northwest, thanks to volunteer pilots and thousands of dollars in donations.
So if you know a friendly shelter dog that can provide comfort to communities hit by severe weather, here's your chance to nominate a great pooch.
Doctors reverse age-old advice and now recommend nut consumption for pregnant women.
Video: A stray dog rescued from a dump in India made history recently by becoming the first dog to reach the peak of Mount Everest.
Asking the right questions on the front end will help you find a better fit for you and your dog.
Don't let feelings of sadness get you down after the holidays. Here's how to get back on track for a healthy and happy new year.
(We mean the shelter dog, not the movie star, of course.) Animal shelters play up our love of all things famous to boost adoption rates — and guess what? It works.
Who is Krampus? Why does Santa wear a red coat? The answers to these questions and more in this special Santa infographic.
Video: When David Schmitz was invited to Des Moines radio station, KSTZ, for a program where listeners’ Christmas wishes are granted, he never expected the wishes would be his late wife’s.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.