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Fri, Jul 25, 2014 1:49 PM
There are many ways you can drive a dog nuts — and you probably aren't even aware of them. So if you want to be your dog's best friend, find out how you can fix your annoying habits.
The findings emphasize the need for women in their second trimester of pregnancy to consider safe driving as part of their prenatal care.
Logan LaPlante knows what he wants to be when he grows up, and he's reinventing his education to make it happen.
A landscape designer creates an urban plan for people like her brother.
Do apps marketed to kids really protect a child's privacy? Find out the answer to that and more from this handy infographic about kids and apps.
A dog's joy is contagious, but when you get a whole pack of dogs together and add in "Happy" then you just can't help but smile and laugh.
In "Wet Dogs," pet photographer Sophie Gamand explores the uncanny, human-like expressions of pooches dunked in water.
The name not making the list? Justin, which has seen its use plummet in recent years.
Video: Eveyrone likes to go out and enjoy a nice meal now and then — even hamsters. Watch the preparation of teeny tiny burritos and then see a fluffy little hamster devour them. Bon appétit!
Do you know what's in your beauty products? Check out this infographic to learn which products are safe for you and your baby.
Put down those flowers and jewelry. Here's what your mom really wants.
Finally, a solution for folks who love taking their dogs on overnight camping trips but aren't quite sure how to handle the sleeping arrangements ...
Steven Liu hopes to capitalize on the Internet's love of felines and help New York shelter cats find forever homes in the process.
Bringing home a new dog is exciting, but can also be disruptive for the dogs already living with you. An expert dog trainer lays out the steps for ensuring your newest family member is welcomed by everyone.
Cats aren't the only ones with the gift for napping in strange places.
Video: A disabled kitten named Ralphee now has a special friend to watch over her: a cattle dog named Max. The two have been inseparable since they were introduced.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.