Fathers Say They Face Daddy Shaming, TooIt’s not just moms who get criticized for their parenting styles, according to a new survey by the University of Michigan. "Daddy shaming" happens, too.
Pediatricians Warn Infant Car Seats Should Only Be Used for TravelResearchers found 3 percent of infant sleep-related deaths occurred in sitting devices.
Babies Who Don’t Sleep Well May Need More Physical Activity, Study FindsIs your baby up all night? Researchers say they may not be getting enough physical activity.
List Of Most Popular Baby Names For 2018 RevealedThe two most popular baby names are back on top for another year.
Reusing Car Seats For Multiple Children Can Run A RiskMany families use car seats child after child, but materials can break down over time and that could be dangerous.
Sucking Your Baby's Pacifier Might Protect Them From Allergies, Study SaysThe research found lower levels of a troublesome, allergy-causing protein in babies whose mothers reported sucking on their infants' pacifiers.
Pediatricians Strengthen Stance Against Spanking ChildrenA Boston doctor authored the policy, which states parents should never hit or verbally shame their children.
Doctors Renew Warning About Baby Walkers; Thousands Still Injured Each YearWhile some parents may think infant walkers are a way to give young children more independence, pediatricians are warning the public that they are a safety hazard.
Having Conversations With Your Toddler Can Boost Their Language SkillsA new study finds adult conversation with an 18 to 24-month-old leads to better language and cognitive skills during their school-age years.
Massachusetts Ranks Among Best States To Have A BabyMassachusetts is one of the best states in the country to have a baby, according to a new Wallethub report.
'I Wish My Mom's Phone Wasn't Invented': Child's Complaint Goes ViralThe child was reportedly one of four students in the class who wished cell phones had never been invented and that their parents spent more time with them.