When mom is pregnant and readying for labor, there's plenty that partners can do to help lighten the load.
Here are some important ways dad can help out at home with the new baby.
You won't get it perfect, but there is much you can do to improve child safety at home and on the road.
Acupressure can target key pressure points to alleviate nausea and labor and delivery pains.
Advancements in biotech have led to the development of lab-grown breast milk—but it can't quite replicate the natural source.
Low milk production and painful latching can sometimes lead to difficulties for nursing moms.
You might be tempted to give your little one unfettered access to electronics—but pediatricians say that might be a mistake.
A physical therapist trained in pelvic health can help moms overcome the pains and strains of growing a little person.
Amniotic fluid is a dynamic liquid—it does a lot more than make for a cozy womb.
Little Tinley never stops smiling—from adoption as a baby through months of leukemia treatments and, now, a happily ever after.
Moms who have come before you offer their top tips for preparation and recovery.
Even the most highly educated among expectant moms can suffer anxiety and emotional trouble—and it could shape their little one's mind.