The Surprising Health Risks of Being a Very Picky Eater

A kid who is a seriously “picky eater” is also likely to struggle with emotional problems like anxiety and depression, new research suggests.

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IKEA Giving Away Free Repair Kits After Two Children Died From Tipped-Over Dressers

The affordable home-goods mecca Ikea is introducing a potentially life-saving repair program after two children died last year from being smashed beneath toppled sets of the company’s MALM dresser drawers.

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Dad Bod Is Explained By Science In a New Study

A first-of-its kind study to follow men for up to 20 years from adolescence shows that dads do get a little squishier after the kids.

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Meet the Mom Who Wants Women to Be Proud of Their Post-Baby Bodies

Julie Bhosale is embracing her “lumps, bumps, marks and jiggly bits.”

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The Antibiotic Myths Parents Need to Stop Believing

Many American parents still have misconceptions about when their children should receive antibiotics and what the medications do, a new study finds.

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This Baby Girl’s Reaction to Seeing Clearly for the First Time Will Make You Cry Happy Tears

Last month, her mom posted a video on Facebook of the tot’s reaction to seeing her family, clearly, for the first time ever. Since then, the Cincinnati native has become nothing short of an Internet sensation.

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The Very Important Reason Carrie Underwood Broke Into Her Own Car

It’s a fear most mothers have: accidentally locking their child in the car. And this weekend, it happened to country singer and new mom Carrie Underwood.

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Babies’ Hilarious, Oh-So-Satisfied Pooping Faces Captured in Slow-Mo Video

Of all the funny/cute things a baby does, the poop face has got to be one of our favorites.

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A Fit Mom of Four’s Inspiring Take on What Her Belly REALLY Looks Like

In an open and honest move, singer and mom Kimberly Henderson posted a picture on Facebook with her shirt pulled up, showing her flat stomach with loose skin.

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Why Millenials Are More Supportive of Working Moms

Young Americans are more accepting of working mothers than previous generations were, a new study finds.

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