Helping new parents learn about pregnancy, birthing, breastfeeding, nutrition and more.
Hiccups, kicks, wiggles and ... eating vernix? Your baby is up to all sorts of things in the final trimester.
Your little bundle will undergo monumental changes in the second trimester—and if all goes well, you'll be feeling on top of the world.
The little person inside your womb will make tremendous growth strides throughout the first trimester.
For the mom who can't make it to the NICU, there are high-tech and low-tech options to connect with baby.
Moms need to know what signs and symptoms to watch for after their baby has been delivered.
It's not just baby who benefits—breastfeeding moms may enjoy better brain health, too.
How long is too long when it comes to a baby in utero?
As Duchess Kate battles this condition, questions arise about the difference between this and regular morning sickness.
Like hugs and snuggles? Most of us do—including babies.
Breastfeeding is often more complex than just "latch and feed." It can help to know what to watch for and how to respond.
New moms shouldn't fret if their little one has jaundice—it's a common condition in newborns and it's easily treatable.
An exercise ball can bring all sorts of benefits to pregnancy—possibly even shortening your time in labor.