Tooth decay is a bacterial infection that babies can catch even from their moms. Protect your baby from dental cavities with our helpful how-to's.
Hormones during pregnancy can trigger outbursts that might have even mom-to-be shaking her head or rolling her eyes. You're not alone when you start crying at commercials.
You've explained to your toddler that they're too big for a pacifier and why. They don't care about any of that stuff. They want their soother and they want it now.
A study by the American College of Sports Medicine found that, on average, two- to four-year-olds in home day care were inactive for 264 of the 330 minutes when the children were awake.
Many infections can affect a pregnant woman and her baby. The list sounds scary. But a few simple steps can guard you both.
by Lodovica Trevisan
Every parent needs a bit of down time during the day. If your toddler won't nap, creating a "quiet time" might get be the next best solution.
Next time you're feeling like you're going to "lose your cool" with your kids, take that deep cleansing breath in, breath out the tension and send it some place else. Turns out, early nurturing boosts your baby's brain development.
What's the secret to happiness? Kindness! Reach out with a random act of kindness and see the rewards come back to you, threefold!
Although they can't say the words yet, a new US study has found that babies as young as six months old understand what you're talking about.