(NEW YORK) — Several studies in the past have linked the risk of developing autism spectrum disorder with the possibility of birth by cesarean section – a link that has appeared to be further supported…
WASHINGTON — A new study finds that babies as young as six months are already smartphone and tablet savvy. Presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies annual meeting, the study of 370 children ages six months to 4 years,…
WASHINGTON — A Montgomery County police officer took “Take Your Kid to Work Day” to a new level in the overnight hours Thursday: He delivered a baby. At 12:24 a.m. Thursday, Officer Dan Campbell saw a speeding…
WASHINGTON — One of the first decisions a new mom has to make is what to feed her infant. It’s long been thought that breastfeeding is a healthier choice for the baby, and now we…
WASHINGTON — Ikea is recalling about 169,000 crib mattresses because babies can become trapped in a gap between the mattress and the crib. The Consumer Product Safety Commission says Ikea’s had two reports of infants…
Binge-watching was the inspiration for many baby names in
2014, according to a pregnancy and parenting website\’s list of the year\’s
hottest baby names.
Some birthdays are more popular than others — especially ones
in July, August and September — according to birth data from the federal
If babies had their way, they would be an only child.
The newest frontier in the genetic revolution peaks into a baby\’s genetic code, but is full of ethical challenges, from how early to do so to how to make use of this health forecast without causing needless worry.
It\’s every new parent\’s nightmare: a healthy baby goes home from the hospital and within days turns blue and struggles to breathe.
Fourteen babies who share a birthday with Britain\’s royal baby got the royal treatment Tuesday at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital.
You recently welcomed your little bundle of joy — now what? Experts say one of the best things new parents can do is get out of the house. Here\’s a list of destinations for you and your baby.
The saying goes, \”Mom knows best.\” But some new research suggests
that isn\’t always the case.
Ancient names inspired by gods and goddesses are
going to be popular among expecting parents this
year, according to nameberry.com.
Instead of learning the news in a sterile
room from a doctor, couples are gathering in
comfort of their homes with family and friends —
their eyes glued to a cake rather than a
for proof that it\’s a boy or girl.