Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Tue, Apr 21, 2015 3:30 PM
Born on January 25th, the Long Island snowman welcomed life-sustaining donations of snow and ice from as far away as Vermont.
If eyes are the windows to the soul, the tail is the window to the brain of a dog.
The festive sheep is a family pet who lives indoors and walks on a leash like a dog.
Your child's drawings will be transformed into a cuddly creature with 'a sprinkle of fairy dust, a pinch of magic, and a wave of the wand.'
Many cats and dogs go unnoticed at animal shelters and are less likely to find forever homes, but one nonprofit is using a movie motif to encourage people to adopt them.
If you happen to share your home with a patient and forgiving feline, this YouTube user offers a helpful (and adorable) video tutorial for holiday cat wrapping. [Video]
Experts warn against dressing kids in bulky winter coats if they'll be sitting in a car seat. So how can you keep your kids safe and warm in the car?
Most Janus cats don't live for more than a few days, but Frank and Louie's unusually long life earned him a Guinness World Record.
New app lets you create custom tales — and 20% of the proceeds will help animal shelters.
Rocket scientist and entrepreneur Scott Tibbitts may have found a way to keep texts from distracting drivers.
Applying the principles of universal design to a safe shower can help those with mobility challenges stay healthy and clean.
The first time your child has a friend over to the house can be tricky, but these tips can help ensure that everyone has fun.
BabyCenter's list, while not scientific, often predicts trends later revealed on the national list provided by the U.S. Social Security database.
Here's what you need to know to keep your furry friends happy and healthy this winter.
Despite years of warning, a new study reveals that most babies in the U.S. still sleep with soft bedding.
Make a list, and check it twice to be sure your holiday gifts are safe for little ones.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.