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Wed, Jan 28, 2015 12:48 PM
Need to get friends and family off your back? There's an app for that.
'From the NICU to the Moon' transforms premature babies into tiny dreamers using a little Photoshop magic.
New research finds that a school's size and policies might influence the formation of social networks.
Hearing loss and age of enlistment were two of the unusual risk factors researchers found could predict a soldier's suicide risk.
See these stressed out folks find their calm in a tank full of kittens.
Does a dry nose mean a dog is sick? Can an old dog really not learn new tricks? We've got the answers to these questions and more.
While most dogs can adjust to visual impairment thanks to their strong hearing and sense of smell, they still face the daily battle of bumping into walls.
With cold weather and storms on the way, here's what you can do to help homeless dogs and cats.
Incubator is only a fraction of the cost of a standard incubator unit and is easier to transport.
Despite warnings to keep detergent pods away from children, they accidentally poisoned over 17,000 children in the span of a year.
New studies show that genes linked to motivation and fear in cats have faced strong evolutionary pressure to be less shy and more driven by rewards.
Mama and her puppies are thriving in their new homes with the silver medalist and his family.
The United States still has one of the highest preterm birth rates among similarly developed countries.
Did you know that Snuffleupagus has a first name? And we've got more awesome facts to share about the longest-running children's show on television.
The old model simulated a 167-pound 'normal American.' But with two thirds of Americans overweight, the new 270-pound chubster makes more sense.
Our canine buddies never seem to tire of it — but we're not entirely sure why.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.