Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Tue, Dec 10, 2013 7:44 AM
Six-year-old Connor Johnson has big dreams for the future, and he needs our help to keep them alive.
Gymnasts with 12 years of training had blood containing levels of flame retardants comparable to foam recyclers and carpet installers.
The feline's owners filed to have their pet disqualified, but the court rejected the request so Sal the cat had to report for duty.
Tracing the genetics of dogs is tricky due to their breeding histories, but comparing ancient mitochondrial DNA to current DNA gave scientists some new clues.
Researchers believe the inborn instinct may help to prevent babies from putting poisonous plants in their mouths.
Video: An Indiana woman who gave one of her kidneys to a stranger has married him three years after the transplant surgery.
A new study suggests that having asthma can affect conception, though the disease has no effect on fertility.
Health experts say the Odón Device has the potential to save lives around the world.
DJ Cavem puts down a fresh beat while encouraging kids to eat fresh food.
Twenty-five percent of self-professed bullies also admit to engaging in casual sex.
Some pets love to beg for scraps from their owners, from leftover milk to bits of bacon, but some foods can make animals sick, and it's important to know which foods to avoid.
Will the powerful new robot vacuum cleaner mean turbo-charged rides for babies?
Baby Jade is alive and well, thanks to Jade the German shepherd, who found the newborn in a British park.
Football players are in the news again - but this time for the sweetest of reasons.
Health officials in certain U.K. communities are offering £200 to moms who breast-feed for six months.
The ideal of younger parenthood can clash with societal pressure to prioritize education and career advancement.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.