A new University of Minnesota study should put the minds of many pregnant women who are still on the job full-time at ease.
The breezy weather made for perfect conditions for the Winter Kite Festival on Lake Harriet but also proved how powerful those gusts were on Saturday.
The wrong newborn was mistakenly breastfed after two babies were switched in the nursery at Abbott Northwestern Hospital.
Researchers say a simple formula can predict a newborn’s chances of becoming obese in childhood.
Check out these helpful tips to help keep you calm, within budget and practical while designing a nursery.
Parents will do just about anything to keep their kids healthy, but now it appears that could include a decision made at birth. A new study may have found a link between C-sections and toddler obesity.
Teen births fell again in the United States in 2010 with the highest rate once more in Mississippi, according to a new government report.
New technology is changing the way parents can stay connected with their young children. Now they can know exactly how their kid is doing, even when they’re at work, thanks to a $5 app.
An Eyota, Minn., couple is experiencing something almost nobody in entire world will ever have. As of Monday, they can now say all three of their children share a birthday.
Feb. 29 is “Leap Day” for all of us, and a birthday for some.
There are two bouncing babies in Woodbury that will have a lot in common the rest of their lives. For one thing they are cousins, but that’s just where this story starts.
There’s something about babies. They are part miracle, part mystery. They are so full of innocence, and so full of promise, yet it turns out these simple, seemingly undeveloped infants are actually wired to do so much more than most of us realize.
Researchers at the Minnesota Department of Health found that one in 10 babies along the state’s North Shore had high levels of mercury.
Regions Hospital says that Sophia and Jayden were the most-chosen names for new babies delivered at their facilities in 2011.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has ruled two lower courts erred in dismissing a lawsuit by nine Minnesota families questioning the Minnesota Department of Health’s handling of blood drawn from newborn babies.