Baby Studies Find Kids Eating Solid Food Too Early, Overuse PouchesA pair of new studies on infant health have found that many babies in the U.S. are being given solid food too early and one type of snack may be delaying their development.
U.S. Babies, Toddlers Eat Way Too Much Added Sugar, Study FindsAdded sugar has been linked with obesity, asthma, dental cavities and heart disease risk factors such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
New Blood Test May Help Predict Premature Births For Pregnant WomenA new blood test is showing promising results for helping pregnant women know if they are at risk of a premature birth.
FDA Warns Infant Teething Medications Are UnsafeThe FDA released a statement urging Americans to avoid buying over-the-counter medications containing benzocaine.
7 Firefighters In The Same Department Welcome New BabiesSeven firefighters at the Glenpool Fire Department have become fathers in the last 15 months.
CDC: U.S. Birth Rate Hits 30-Year Low, Fertility Rate FallingU.S. birth rates declined last year for women in their teens, 20s and — surprisingly — their 30s, leading to the fewest babies in 30 years.
UNICEF Says 17 Million Babies At Risk From Toxic AirThe global humanitarian group says worldwide toxic air levels in some areas are six times higher than recommended limits
Domino's Pizza Unveils Baby RegistryDomino's is offering gender reveal pizzas. And, for the shower, a "diaper pizza."
Humans Have Evolved To Naturally Fear Spiders And Snakes, Study SaysHumans don't just learn to be scared of spiders and snakes, they are actually born with the fear of those creatures already in their brains, a study says.
Good Question: What Is Appropriate To Say To A Pregnant Woman?Pregnancy is a physical and emotional experience for moms. It’s also one that brings all kinds of comments from those around them. So, what's appropriate, (and what's not!) to say to a pregnant woman? Good Question.
Good Question: Supreme Court Justices, Footprints, TippingAccording to CBS News, when the justices are at the Supreme Court, it's the Supreme Court police. But, when they're out on official business, the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) gives the security detail.
The Co-Sleeping Controversy: How Safe Is It For Your Baby?Along with a new baby comes a long list of big decisions. Where the newest family member will sleep can be one of the most controversial. About 15 percent of parents say they share sleep space with their child regularly. More than half have done it at some point. It's been billed as both dangerous and beneficial.