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Fri, Mar 07, 2014 10:17 AM
The popular silicone wristbands are ideal for monitoring chemical exposure since, like human cells, they don't let go of toxins easily.
The pope sends a simple but powerful message to breast-feeding moms everywhere.
Video: A single ginger cat goes to war with an entire paper army. Who will win?
Researchers launch a crowdfunding project to develop a headset to translate canine thoughts into human language. (Of course if it's a bad translation, who will know?)
Video: What would 'Elf' be like if it starred an all-pug cast? Absolutely adorable.
Researchers think kids exposed to dogs might pick up beneficial microbes in the gut that prevent future allergies.
If you've never shared your home (and your Christmas tree) with a cat, here's just a taste of what you're missing.
An Instagram user photographs her rescue dogs eating peanut butter and inspires hundreds of other dog lovers to do the same.
Kids will love making these beautiful Christmas cards almost as much as Grandma will love getting them.
For many children, meeting Santa Claus is a joyous opportunity to share their holiday hopes and dreams. For others, not so much.
Catch a glimpse into 25 years of memories for one lucky family whose dad had the foresight to capture them on film.
With some common-sense measures and clever diversions, you can make your home less likely to be targeted by criminals.
Here are some adorable, easy-to-make holiday crafts for your pets or your pet-loving friends, courtesy of DIYer extraordinaire Brit Morin.
Video: Miley was living in a trash pile until she was rescued by a local animal group. She underwent an amazing transformation and then took another rescue pup under her wing.
Raw milk carries a higher risk of parasitic and bacterial infections compared to pasteurized milk, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.
If you find yourself in a blackout without any candles, grab a stick of butter from the fridge and a square of toilet paper from the bathroom to create an all-natural dairy candle.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.