Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Oct 24, 2014 2:47 PM
When shopping for a costume for her 4-year-old daughter, Raina Delisle was shocked to find outfits featuring calf-high, high-heeled boots and mini skirts.
Watch what happens when one border collie sneaks up on another border collie — it's the domino effect! [Video]
Despite the dip, the U.S. teen birth rates still rank third out of 31 other developed countries, with Bulgaria and Romania having higher rates.
New survey finds that many young athletes feel pressured to play by their parents and coaches — even when they are injured.
Researchers ranked a child's drawing of a person based on whether or not the picture included a head, a body, and facial features.
More than 50 percent of dogs in the U.S. are overweight or obese and in danger of developing heart disease, diabetes and joint problems.
Starting Jan. 1, commercial airlines will be required to report the number of animals they transport annually and the number of pet deaths, injuries and losses that occur.
This highly contagious disease can be deadly if left untreated. Here are the symptoms to watch out for and what you can do to keep your canine companion healthy.
Cats are notorious for knocking objects off tables, coughing up hairballs in the worst possible places, and leaving dead critters as 'gifts.' It's just what cats do. [Video]
Misinformation and 'vaccine fears' are causing parents to forgo a safe solution to a dangerous newborn vitamin deficiency.
Animal Rescue Rush allows users to play a racing game on their smartphones while earning money for animal shelters.
A New York shelter hopes the matchmaking app can help rescue dogs find lifelong companionship.
Popular Disney Junior cartoon has little girls proudly wearing lab coats and stethoscopes to preschool.
Have you considered taking your kids to a local fair? Here's why I recommend it.
If you ever enrage a beehive or wasp nest, you'll want to remember a few pointers for avoiding their stingers.
Researchers find that one half of human brain development occurs within a baby's first three months of life.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.