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That’s Not My Baby
Neonatal intensive care unit naming conventions often cause infant mix-ups.
Baby Warmer Inspired by NASA Hopes for U.S. Launch
It works in India. Now American parents will be able to get it too.
Screen Rules for Your Baby
New research has debunked the perils of screen time for kids, but how much is too much?
How Stress Can Affect You and Your Unborn Baby
Why learning to let it go may be one of the best things pregnant women can do for their unborn babies.
The Serbian Women Who Want Danish Sperm Donors
Despite the cost of the treatment, many Slavic women are seeking out very specific fathers for their children.
Biological Babies For Same-Sex Parents a Possibility After Stem Cell Breakthrough
Stem cells from people of the same gender can be used to create human egg and sperm cells.
South African Mother Details Baby Swap Discovery
A South African mother whose baby was accidentally swapped at birth said on Tuesday that hospital workers had mocked her when she insisted she had given birth to a girl, not a boy.
Cute, But Potentially Lethal: The Risks of Baby Bedding
Researchers found baby blankets and other soft bedding are still commonly used, despite a suffocation risk.
Autism Therapy in 6-Month-Olds Eliminates Symptoms
By the time the children turned four, almost none of them required any form of autism services.
Mother's Fears Are Passed to Children Through Smell, Study Suggests
The results may also help determine why some children of traumatized or depressed mothers are affected differently than their siblings
Government Shutdown Led to a Baby Boom in DC
Nine months ago, hundreds of thousands of U.S. government workers were off the job for 16 days. Now we know what they got up to
ISIS aiming for 'Baghdad Belt'
Palestinian Teenager Killed in Possible Revenge Attack
The Death of the Oceans