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Blood test for Down's Syndrome?

Prenatal testing to determine whether a baby has birth defects are often invasive, and expectant parents have to weight the wish to know about their baby's health with the risks...

New study warns against early solids for babies

There are many health dangers to introducing solid foods to infants too early. They include a higher risk of food allergies, and according to a newly released study, a higher...

Breastfed children have fewer seizures?

Breastfeeding offers many health benefits to babies and mothers, and the list is still growing! According to a new Danish study, breastfed children have fewer seizures than those who were...

What are the most practical baby clothes?

When you are expecting your first baby, it can really help to know in advance what baby clothes are the most practical because looks are important, but nothing is as...

Baby carrier shopping tips

Baby carriers are devices used to hold babies and toddlers close to the parent's body, and they are a wonderfully practical alternative to strollers. For many parents, baby carriers are...

Obama offers sex education to American teenagers

The teenage pregnancy rate has been on the increase recently, and despite continuous efforts to encourage teenagers to delay having sex, teen pregnancy appears to be more socially acceptable now...

Peer pressure can help kids get in shape

Are you hoping your children will start exercising and moving more? Just get them some friends who are more active than they are if you want them to get in...

What to do if your child has a febrile seizure

Fevers in children are always unpleasant, but a febrile seizure is downright frightening especially if you have no idea what is going on. Did your child have a febrile seizure...