A baby girl arrives a few days early to claim the title of first baby of the new year at Spectrum Health.
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.
Dad hopes little Kendra Rose reaches for the stars.
There's no ironclad rule on when to bathe your newborn for the first time, but your little one might benefit if you wait at least half a day after delivery.
Have your baby your way, without feeling rushed in labor and delivery.
Labor pain relief comes in many forms, but the handy little TENS unit is a non-pharmacological approach with no known side effects.
As a new baby makes his way into the world, his great-great-grandfather fights to survive a major heart attack.
Sisters Marrea Cantillo and Liboria Mulero saw fate intervene in the births of their firstborn children. They delivered mere hours apart in the same hospital.