Parent Goggles? Most Parents of Overweight Kids Think They’re the ‘Right Weight’

Many parents of overweight preschoolers believe their children are appropriately sized, a new study finds.

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Babies Using Cell Phones: Not Great, But It’s Happening

More than one-third of babies are clicking around on smartphones and tablets—tots as young as six months old—finds a new study. Yet real life and expert guidelines are at odds when it comes to screen time.

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Why This Mom Was Food Shamed for Packing Oreos in Her Daughter’s Lunch

When packing a lunch for her daughter last week, Leeza Pearson tossed in a sandwich, string cheese, and—since she was out of veggies and fruit—4 Oreo cookies as a snack. Imagine her surprise when her 4-year-old returned home that day—Oreos untouched—with a judgy note from Children’s Academy in Aurora, Colorado.

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These Yelp Reviews for Babies Are Hilariously Accurate

Many women know the feeling: You want a kid, but you’re just not sure if you’re ready for the responsibility of being a mom. So what do you do? Perhaps this can help you make up your “Maybe, baby” mind: Yelp Reviews of Newborns.

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Why Baby Swings and Car Seats Aren’t Safe for Sleeping, According to One Study

Using car seats, swings, bouncers and other carrying devices as sleeping places for infants puts them at risk for injury or death, a new study warns.

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The Mom-and-Child Video That’s Making Millions Cry, Except Me

In “The Unique Connection,” a group of six blindfolded children ages 3 to 9 try to identify their moms using their senses and intuition alone. I had several reactions, none of which involved tears.

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This Model’s Post-Birth Abs Are Blowing People Away

In between caring for her newborn, L.A. model Sarah Stage continues to document the status of her belly on Instagram. The photo of her abs four days after giving birth—her wondrously flat, fit abs—is racking up likes and comments, as did her pregnancy selfies.

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Another Study Finds No Link Between Measles Vaccine and Autism

Yet another study finds no evidence that the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine raises the risk of autism—even among children who are at increased genetic risk.

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Why We Love Kourtney Kardashian’s Latest Sexy Instagram Photo

On Saturday, the reality star posted a photo of herself reclining on a marble-top island, decked out in a tube top, skin-tight pants, and a pair of, um, pumps.

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What Many Pregnancies Have in Common With Kate Middleton’s

Many women are having their children too close together, finds a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), once again raising questions about the ideal spacing between pregnancies.

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