Babies Who Stand Earlier May Do Better in Preschool

Babies who learn to stand up relatively early may also do a bit better with attention, memory and learning by the time they are preschoolers, a new study suggests.

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Kids With Helicopter Parents May Be More Prone to Anxiety and Depression

Children with “intrusive” parents who push too hard for good grades may be more prone to become highly self-critical or anxious and depressed, a new study suggests.

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Dads Are More Involved Than Ever, and Yes, It’s Good for Kids

Fathers play a unique and important role in their children’s development, a new report shows.

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4 Things New Moms Don’t Need to Feel Guilty About, According to an Ob-Gyn

Like epidurals, c-sections, and breastfeeding.

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8 Things ER Doctors Refuse to Have in Their Homes

These are the everyday items that scare accident front-liners the most.

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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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