This year's toy recalls are a powerful reminder that toy safety can't be taken for granted. In addition to keeping tabs on product safety recalls, be alert to toy-related hazards.
Ann Douglas: TTC to Teens
"My child wants everything advertised on TV at this time of year. How can I tame this case of the gimmees?" We can relate! Ann Douglas shares tips to counteract the syndrome.
Here's what you need to know to protect yourself and your baby from influenza, an illness that can lead to serious complications, including pneumonia.
Your preschooler's fascination with Franklin the Turtle might make you think about buying your tiny to a pet turtle. But before you head out to your local pet store, you might want to heed this advice from the U.S. FDA.
Are you going to be spending time traveling to visit relatives during the holidays? These handy tips can help keep your toddler on his or her regular eating and sleeping schedule.
If you didn't know better, you'd swear your normally happy and contented three-month-old was jealous of all the attention these intruders (a.k.a holiday guests) are demanding of you. But a three-month-old is far too young for jealousy -- right?
Shopping for teacher's gifts...how many bars of soap and how many mugs does a teacher want or need? What's your best strategy if you do decide to go the gift-giving route?
A toddler's nose knows whether a much-loved blanket has suffered the indignity of being washed. It loses that familiar blankie smell and takes on that yucky scent of clean.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is relatively common among parents whose newborns spent time in the NICU and affect moms and dads differently.