Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Apr 24, 2015 2:05 PM
Hundreds of thousands of students in New York alone have refused to take federally mandated standardized tests.
The 'crazy cat lady' label often brings to mind an image of a lonely, eccentric woman with way too many cats, but the truth is that having an exuberant enthusiasm for felines transcends gender.
It's easy to get wrapped up in all the wonderful, exciting aspects of bringing a new dog home — so much so that these important considerations are often forgotten.
Kickstarter project to fund fake baby beverage insulator.
The app will feature kid-friendly programming, exclusive content and built-in parental controls.
When a dog named Lady became trapped in an icy pond near Louisville, Kentucky, her owners jumped in to save her, only to become trapped themselves. [Video]
Sissy the miniature schnauzer was on a mission to find her mom, who was recovering from cancer surgery in the hospital.
Fetuses were found inside the newborn between her liver and kidney, each attached to an umbilical cord.
Federal agencies are reviewing the best ways to private flights safer, including newer and better safety systems and redundancies to minimize loss of control.
More than 80 percent of the employees at Rising Tide Car Wash have autism, and the owners are working on steadily increasing that number.
From Chinese crested dogs to Mexican hairless dogs, photographer Sophie Gamand hopes this series will encourage people to celebrate the unique beauty of these fur-free creatures.
Many school districts across the country are adopting e-learning programs that may help eliminate the hassle (and the joy) of snow day cancellations.
Glamour magazine's 30-year-old recipe promises to help a loved one pop the question.
Dogs can even tell if a human is smiling just by looking at their eyes.
Meet Libby, a young girl, and Pearl, a young mini-pig, who have become the best of friends.
If you want to walk around the streets in the middle of the night, Tokyo is a good bet, according to the latest Safe Cities list, which ranks the top 50 cities in the world.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.