Learn how to take care of your family with news about babies, pregnancy and even pets. Plus: Protection & safety.
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Bart suffered a broken jaw and a ruptured eye, but he has undergone surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.
Oct. 25 is National Pit Bull Awareness Day, and there are many ways you can get involved.
Don't let cooler temps keep your family parked indoors. Get outside and enjoy these fun fall activities.
The idea grew out of disaster message boards that sprung up on Facebook after Japan's most recent natural disaster.
How to help kids handle the sights, smells and textures of Halloween without sitting on the sidelines.
Bidders offered the Perceval family an additional $140,000 if they'd include their pet cat, Tiffany, in the sale of their home.
If healthcare workers wearing protective equipment can become infected with Ebola, should we be worried about the integrity of the gear?
Petting a cat may seem fairly straightforward, but there's more to it than you think. Learn the proper way to give scratches and strokes and even how to help your cat learn to love your cuddles.
What's stopping you from spending more time with your family?
If you had as many costume changes as Garfi the Persian, you'd have an angry look on your face, too.
Study explains the reasons why babies who aren't sleeping in a crib face a series of risks.
New study finds that kids who eat meals with their families are 50 percent less likely to face weight issues as young adults.
Thinking of getting engaged? New study reveals how much you should spend on the ring if you want your marriage to last.
New survey takes into account everything from delivery costs to infant mortality to the number of pediatricians per capita.
Care and maintenance make a relationship stronger — and better in every way.
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.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.