Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Thu, May 16, 2013 1:31 PM
Shelter dogs and cats now hold the elevated title of 'State Pet' in the Centennial State.
Moving to a new home, the loss of a family member or simply a change in routine can trigger feline depression.
Crying jags are usually triggered when a tot craves attention, wants an activity or tangible item, or would like to escape a demand.
The Russian president is known for his often bizarre publicity stunts.
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Piper, a black cat that's made his home in a drainage pipe along Atlanta's Beltline, has become the trail's unofficial mascot and even has a mailbox.
Yoga studios around the country are scrambling to add daytime classes for kids to meet the demands of home-school families.
A computer-based vocabulary screening will now account for 50 percent of a speller's score and determine advancement to the semifinals.
The study's findings suggest that blind parents' inability to respond to gaze and eye contact doesn't harm their babies' development.
New study finds way to help kids break cycle of hostility and violence that traps many troubled teens.
Sheena Ann Cornwell hanged the dog in the garage and is charged with animal torture. If found guilty, she could be forbidden from ever owning animals.
You don't have to become a beekeeper (unless you really want to) to show your children how important these pollinators are.
Video: Watch dog holding his own spoon enjoy peanut butter feast.
Pregnant at 46, Berry is considered "higher risk," and will have to pay even closer attention to her health than ever before.
Discover more about birthing methods and sources of support using these tips.
Make sure your child is ready to play this season.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.