Baby and Toddler News
We know, we knowyou're far too busy being a mom to do much more than browse the headlines. So we've put together a rundown of top stories. You're welcome.
How the Family Dog Helps Keep Baby Healthy Another study suggests that the family dog—and dirt—may be good for Baby's health.
How to Give Screen Time a Time-Out A new study suggests that real moms might know more about curbing screen time than the experts.
How to Support Adopted Children The leading American pediatric group reacts to growing number of adopted children in the US—with great advice for us all. ...
Iron Intake Guidelines for Babies and Toddlers Iron deficiency—lack of iron in the blood—in toddlers and babies is still a concern in the US. The AAP is hoping to change that with guidelines ...
Is Co-sleeping the Culprit? A new study unearths interesting data about co-sleeping, breastfeeding, and a new mom's stress.
Is It Over for Organic Food? The leading US pediatric group shrugs its shoulders at the benefits of organic food—but can that change a mom's mind?
Is Sleep Training Good for Babies? A new study finds in favor of sleep training—but draws the line at crying it out.
Is Your Child Safe When Grandpa or Grandma Drives? When it comes to car accidents with children involved, who is at the wheel most, parents or grandparents? You may be surprised. ...
Kids Who Watch TV at Night May Lose Sleep Want a child who sleeps well? A good start may be the off button on the TV remote.
Less Alphabet, More Athletics? Physical exercise has taken a backseat to sedentary activities in many childcare centers. Wonder why?
Life Imitates Art for Kristin Davis Just like her
Sex and the City character, actress Kristin Davis recently adopted a baby girl. But the similarity doesn't end there. ... Read More
Longer Maternity Leave Leads to Higher Breastfeeding Rates Taking advantage of every possible day of your maternity leave? Great! Moms who take more time off work have higher breastfeeding rates. ...
Low Levels of Key Brain Chemical May Cause SIDS Serotonin, a brain chemical normally associated with mood and depression in adults, may be the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to why ...
Mayim Bialik on Weaning Her Toddler Breast is best for babies, but what about toddlers? Actress and nursing mom Mayim Bialik stirs the debate on how long is too long to ...
Mommy Wars: Who Raises the Healthiest Kids? Here's a new wrinkle in the mommy wars: In the great debate between working moms and stay-at-home moms, turns out neither is on top when it comes ...