After decades of women entering the workforce, more and more mothers are now staying home with their children. According to a new Pew Research Center report, 29 percent of moms stayed at home in 2012, up from a low of 23 percent in 1999.
A stroller brigade rolled through Capitol Hill Tuesday, as mothers called on Congress to reform the nation’s chemical laws.
A new study shows a jump in the number of moms who say they want to work full-time.
In a gripping interview this morning, the mothers of the teen girls who followed through on a suicide pact appeared and talked about how they’re handling the tragedy. Check out the video.
A 10-year University of Minnesota study of young people’s health found that young adult mothers have higher body mass indexes and poorer diets than young adult women without children.