Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
Fri, Mar 07, 2014 10:17 AM
The popular silicone wristbands are ideal for monitoring chemical exposure since, like human cells, they don't let go of toxins easily.
Idgie the dog and Ruth the crippled kitten were found on a Florida street, but that's all in the past. They're inseparable in their new home — and enjoying their celebrity status.
A mother of 4 kids under 5, our advice columnist reveals the tricks that work for her.
Video: Shannell Mouland was so touched by a stranger's kindness toward her 3-year-old autistic daughter, that she posted a blog thanking him and it quickly went viral.
MNN's family blogger turns the loss of a beloved family pet into a purpose — raising money for charity — and finds a new level of satisfaction in the process.
Researchers have found 10,000 natural gas leaks under just two American cities, hinting at a broader problem that threatens lives, pollutes air and wastes energy.
New parents may find themselves returning to the hospital with a case of sticker shock when they receive the bill.
Mixed-breed dogs will participate in the agility competition, but the show's highest honor will still be reserved for an American Kennel Club-recognized breed.
Video: Blaze, an 11-month-old husky, doesn’t want to go to his kennel and he’s quite vocal — and hilarious — about his feelings.
Cryogenic wart removers are susceptible to heat emitted from various objects, including curling irons.
Too cold to play outside? Grab your favorite craft supplies and whip up one of these fun winter projects.
Paying attention to the position of a cat's tail can give you insight into your feline's mood and offer clues about what kind of behavior to expect.
When a cat's tired, there's no telling where it will plop down for a nap.
There isn't much difference in happiness levels between those with kids and those without them. Grandparents, however, are happier with kids.
MTV’s '16 and Pregnant' has pulled up the slack where sex-ed classes have lagged.
Giving doses of beneficial bacteria to babies reduced infant colic, gastroesophageal reflux and constipation in a new study.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.