Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Dec 19, 2014 4:32 PM
Derby was born with deformed front legs and could barely get around, but now his owners are having a hard time keeping up with him.
Whether you're tempted to feed your pet the occasional table scrap or simply looking to supplement his doggie diet, here are good foods and bad foods for Fido.
Pet photographer Liz Stavrinides shares feel-good stories from animal organizations, dog trainers and celebrity pet owners.
The Red Mountain Resort's Pound Puppy Hike program lets guests explore the Utah scenery with an adoptable rescue dog to keep them company.
Forget a day job! Today's kids have their eyes on the sky when it comes to career ambition — at least according to this poll.
Can smartphones really help children love the world around them?
These DIY projects are great for Halloween decorations inside and outside the house.
Sure, it sounds too good to be true, but we wanted to believe. Besides, this video shows just how fun forgetting something on the plane ought to be.
Ever wondered how the world looks to your dog? We think we've captured the essence.
Tia Torres saves people and pooches on the popular Animal Planet series.
Vaccinating 70 percent of dogs in an area is a cost-effective way to deal with rabies, and less expensive over the long term than providing vaccinations to bite victims.
Who me? This dog is doing his best not to get caught — but this video tells another story.
The internet is falling in love with a charismatic bull terrier named Jimmy Choo thanks to a series of comical portraits dreamed up by his devoted human.
Rules aim to prevent 'robo-tripping' — using cough syrup to get high.
Here's what's going on inside your cat's brain when he gets a whiff of this common plant.
New study finds that pregnant women — and their babies — might be at an even greater risk than previously thought for the influenza virus.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.