Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Thu, Aug 28, 2014 9:30 AM
It's no joke. Researchers are teaching seniors how to fall without injury using simulated tripping in the laboratory.
Lori and Shira Rich are saving the lives of the homeless in California — regardless of whether they have 2 legs or 4.
With things like boredom and face-to-face communications reduced due to technology, there are fewer opportunities for people to lash out, according to researchers.
A trend called Beezin' is the latest craze among teens looking to get high, but it has some serious side effects.
Years of futile searching didn't work, but a single Facebook plea connects the two women in less than 24 hours.
Keeping kids safe while they play their favorite sports can be a challenge, but if you know how to avoid injuries, your child can have a great season.
Video: Man's best friend is always trying to make friends with the family cat, but it's easier said than done.
Video: Bartender Christina Summitt planned to sell her car to pay for her dog's expensive surgery until she received a $1,000 tip.
The bacteria causing the outbreak is rather rare, acting as the source of infections in fewer than 25 cases a year.
Catch these pups in mid-gallop and you'll be excited for the weekend, too.
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.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.