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Wed, Nov 26, 2014 3:52 PM
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.
These seaside spots offer your canine buddies a chance to romp in the surf and feel the sand on their paws.
About 90 percent of women will get stretch marks during their pregnancy, but can they be prevented?
Relating to your partner, spouse or significant other can be challenging. Here's what the people who make it work know that you may not.
It's everybody's responsibility to stop non-swimmers from drowning. Here's how you can help.
Of all the enchanting features of felines, few are as fascinating as their impressive whiskers.
When Jordan Roberts learned her dog's cancer was untreatable, she chose to give him the perfect last day and had a friend photograph it.
After their first birthday, babies tend to focus on sounds they're most familiar with and may activate the motor-planning regions of the brain as they transition to focusing on their native language.
It's been 45 years since humans walked on the moon. How long will it be until we are living there? Maybe quite a while at these prices.
How does a hedgehog celebrate its birthday? With tiny cake, tiny hats and tiny hamster friends. [Video]
Think Grumpy Cat and Colonel Meow are famous? Here kitty, kitty are the cats that are climbing their way up the social media charts.
Health experts say that using spray sunscreens on children poses a possible inhalation risk.
Her unusual face has earned her Internet fame. Here's what's behind the Venus the chimera cat's unusual appearance.
A dog abandoned at the Glastonbury Festival where Dolly Parton performed has been named after the singer, and if no one claims the pooch, Parton wants to take her home.
Think outside the workbook this summer with these simple ways to keep kids learning.
Kids spend more time on their screens over the summer, often unsupervised. Here's how to stop cyber trouble before it starts.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.