Women May Age More Slowly If They Have More Kids, Study Says

The more children women have, the slower they may age, new research suggests.

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The Average Age of First-Time Moms in U.S. Is Still Rising

The average age that American women have their first baby continues to rise.

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What Kind of Baby-Soothing Sorcery Is This?

California pediatrician Dr. Robert Hamilton demonstrates the Hold, a technique he’s honed over the years to calm wailing newborns in seconds.

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Woman Finds Out She’s Pregnant an Hour Before Giving Birth

Judy Brown was 47 when she gave birth to a girl she didn’t know she was having.

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Breast-Fed Children Have Same Risk for Allergies as Formula-Fed Kids, Study Finds

Breast-fed children are just as likely to develop allergies as children who were formula-fed, preliminary new research suggests.

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Why Kate Winslet’s House Is Social Media-Free

It’s not what you think.

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Kids More Likely to Listen to Safe Sex Advice If Mom Gives ‘The Talk’

Teens whose parents talk with them about sex are more likely to wait to have sex and to use birth control and condoms when they do, a new study finds.

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What to Know About Kids and Food Allergies Ahead of Halloween

Parents of youngsters with food allergies may feel Halloween is more trick than treat, but the holiday’s risks can be reduced with some simple precautions, an expert says.

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Drew Barrymore on Postpartum Depression: ‘I Really Got Under the Cloud’

Barrymore is one of the many celebrities who have spoken out recently about their struggles with postpartum depression.

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Introducing Julia: Sesame Street’s New Character With Autism

The Sesame Street Workshop described Julia as a “preschool girl with autism who does things a little differently when playing with her friends, the lovable Elmo, Abby Cadabby, and Grover.”

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