Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Dec 19, 2014 4:32 PM
Derby was born with deformed front legs and could barely get around, but now his owners are having a hard time keeping up with him.
Study finds an increase in emergency department visits for kids related to toys — and foot-powered scooters are the number one reason they end up there.
Do these dogs really have a more powerful bite? Can they get along with other animals? We have answers to these questions and more.
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.
A new toy line that lets babies post their images to the Web raises an interesting question.
These popular kids' games are also perfect learning tools to keep your dog's mind active.
The harrowing story of how the dog managed to finish the race with his adopted companions with melt your heart.
Children exposed in second or third trimester could have serious weight gain later in life.
With temperatures dropping, it's time to get out the coats and scarves. And if you like to live dangerously, pick up a sweater for your kitty too.
A recent study reveals that stories about dogs often receive just as much attention as top news stories.
Here's a big hint: If you must do this, move away from the house.
Younger children sometimes resist taking the breaks they need to get through the day. These tips can help get them to sleep smoothly.
As winter approaches, brushing up on your snow survival skills is a smart idea.
Getting your feline friend to take her medicine doesn't have to be painful for either one of you.
A recent study reveals that breeds in starring movie roles become more popular pets for up to 10 years after the film's release.
Dogs aren't the only pets that like to hike. Meet this amazing, trailblazing kitty!
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.