When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health 
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health
Researchers say the more college students communicate with their parents–the more their diet and physical activity improve.
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula? 
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula?
New research says adding tiny amounts of formula during a newborn’s first days of life, along with breastfeeding, could have long-term health benefits for babies.
Which countries are best and worst for moms and babies? 
Which countries are best and worst for moms and babies?
Save the Children’s annual report ranks the top countries to be a mom. Here are the results.
Young picky eaters often have poorer diets 
Young picky eaters often have poorer diets
According to a new study, children who don’t eat the same food as their parents tend to have unhealthier diets.
Recognizing the signs of childhood sexual abuse 
Recognizing the signs of childhood sexual abuse
It’s a sensitive topic, but childhood sexual abuse is too common to ignore. Here’s seven tips every parent should know.
Summer camps can boost healthy development 
Summer camps can boost healthy development
Learning doesn’t have to stop during the summer. In fact, summer camp can do a lot more for your kids than you might think.
The science behind why babies stop crying when moms walk them 
The science behind why babies stop crying when moms walk them
Walking a fussy baby in your arms can do a lot more for your baby than you might think. Read more.