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Prenatal Tests: When, Why, How?

Here's the lowdown on prenatal tests your doctor might order.

Diaper Bags that are Sensible and Stylish

These diaper bags aren't just pretty; they're practical, too!

Seeing Double: 1 in 30 Babies Born in U.S. is a Twin

Women having children at older ages and the growing availability of fertility treatments have led to a marked increase in the birth of twins.

Babies Need a First-Year Eye Exam

InfantSEE provides professional eye care for infants at no cost, regardless of family income or insurance.

Arsenic in Infant Formula and Cereal Bars

Arsenic has been found in some foods that use organic brown rice syrup as a sweetener, including infant formula and cereal bars, according to a new study

Dream on Me Bistro High Chair a "Don't Buy: Safety Risk"

Consumer Reports has deemed the Dream on Me Bistro high chair a “Don’t Buy: Safety Risk” because it lacks key safety features designed to prevent a small child from sliding out of the seat or possibly being caught and strangled during a fall.

Sleep-Deprived Toddlers More Than Just Cranky

A new study shows daytime naps for your toddlers may be more important than you think

Tips to Help Get Your Kids to Sleep

To help your kids get the sleep they need to maintain their health (and your sanity), try these tips.

10 Best Books for Babies

Here are 10 of the best books for babies published in 2010, chosen by librarians, teachers, early childhood experts, and parents.

Postpartum Fitness Myths Busted

What do you know about postpartum fitness? Take this true-or-false quiz!

Bilingual Babies’ Vocabulary Linked to Early Brain Differentiation

Babies and children are whizzes at learning a second language, but that ability fades as early as their first birthdays.

Childcare Choices in New Jersey: How to Find Childcare Centers, Family Care, and Nannies

Here are the upsides and downsides of available childcare options in New Jersey; and where to find childcare centers, family care, and nannies.

Sleep Tight

Avoid feeling groggy by getting some longer stretches of sleep with these tips.

Post-Partum Depression Affects Dads, Too

Just like new moms, new dads, too, can face depression after the birth of a child, with a condition called paternal postnatal depression (PPND).

10 Tips for Breastfeeding Success

Breastfeeding is good for babies and good for moms, but it’s not necessarily easy at first. Here are 10 tips to help you succeed at it