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Thu, Apr 17, 2014 1:09 PM
Researchers name the protein receptor 'Juno' after the Roman goddess of fertility.
The silk outfit belonged to a pampered pooch who lived the high life.
White, educated mothers are having premature and smaller babies because of risky drinking, concludes British researchers.
If a parent was totally engrossed with their phone, their interactions with their children were often more negative than those who put the phone away during the meal.
By the time they hit middle school, young girls are less likely than boys to want to be leaders.
New study finds victims of bullying are more than twice as likely to think about - and attempt - suicide than their peers.
Video: Watch three models rap about kittens while doing crunches and cuddling three tiny shelter kittens named Merlin Henya and Tony.
Marlin, a 2-year-old rescue dog, is being trained to be the Chicago aquarium's newest canine ambassador.
The popular silicone wristbands are ideal for monitoring chemical exposure since, like human cells, they don't let go of toxins easily.
The actor teamed up with PetSmart Charities to create the star-studded, 8-episode series.
Video: Meet Nathan, a rescued Chinese crested dog who loves to 'wiggle it' in the chair to the sound of Pharrell's 'Happy' — for treats, of course.
In "Why We Rescue," photographer Theron Humphrey travels across the country to document the everyday lives of shelter and rescue animals.
This time, it's not the dog owners asking for help — it's the neighbors, family and friends.
An HSC survey found that more than half of American adults couldn’t think of anything they should do to make their homes safer.
An accidental run-in with a weed whacker left the tiny tabby disabled, but his injuries don't slow him down one bit.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.