A new study claims that an early start on solids can help babies sleep – but established research has proven the risks outweigh any benefit.
The number of UK babies being born to surrogate mothers has risen by 255% in the past six years.
Breastfeeding isn’t easy, and that’s ok – new parents can handle the truth.
Depression can have a profound impact on mothers and their children. But women often have no idea that they have depression – nor do their medical providers.
The number of births in the US is down 2 percent. That pops the country’s ‘fertility bubble’ – and brings numbers closer in line with peer countries.
No mother wants their baby to develop jaundice, but it turns out that they should probably be grateful.
It's time to normalise it.
How to prepare pets for the arrival of a new human in the home.
Babies would rather listen to each other than to their parents’ babytalk, according to new research.
The flat screened babysitter is part of growing up.
Middle ear infections (otitis media) are a common and often painful condition that
most children will experience at least once in their first year.
Parents only want the best for their children, but caring for the environment doesn’t happen overnight.
At less than 2 years old, children of mothers with increasing depressive symptoms can show signs of added stress and quicker cellular aging.
Not much attention has been given to how mothers who want to attend workshops and conferences are supported. This simple intervention can boost the presence of women in science.
We no longer perform surgery on babies without drugs, but a new study shows that we may be underestimating how much pain babies feel when they are under stress.
Psychology researchers bring infants into the lab to learn more about how shared book reading influences brain and behavioral development.
Opening the minds of worried new parents to other ways of raising children may assuage fears that if they fail to ‘do the right thing,’ their children will be doomed.
New research tries to suggest mothers’ responses are pre-programmed, but there’s a problem with the evidence.
New research reveals a universal tone of voice adopted when we speak to babies.
Babies learn more than just your words.