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Babies In New Study Cried 50% Less After Taking This Supplement

It is estimated that 40% of infants go through colic at some point, which basically means an otherwise healthy baby cries for more than three hours a...

Sarah Regan
December 5 2019

New Study Finds Family Is What Motivates Us Most

Despite much of the previous research’s focus on romance, it’s not finding a partner that drives us; it’s family.

Sarah Regan
November 28 2019

Teen Angst Or Clinical Depression? Parents Struggle To Spot The Signs

Teens are facing higher rates of depression than in years past, while parents are struggling to spot the signs.

Sarah Regan
November 19 2019

Marie Kondo's Quest For Joy Sparks New Store & Minimalist Product Line

Marie Kondo is taking her organizational expertise to the next level, with the opening of The Shop at KonMari.

Sarah Regan
November 18 2019

Postpartum Can Feel Overwhelming & A New Brand Wants To Change That

"After the birth of my first child, I could not believe how completely blindsided I was."

Alexandra Engler
November 14 2019

Too Soon? 10 Signs Your Relationship Isn't Ready For A Baby

Just because you want to be parents doesn't mean you're ready.

Weena Cullins, LCMFT
November 10 2019

Mom's Stress May Affect A Baby's Brain Development, New Study Shows

Your stress can affect your baby's brain, a new study shows.

Alexandra Engler
October 11 2019

Parents Are Happier When Child Care Is Split Equally, Study Finds

Research shows parents are less happy than nonparents. But gender equality is changing that.

Kelly Gonsalves
October 11 2019

Hilary Duff On The Eating Plan That's Helping Her Feel Happier & Healthier

"I am really being healthy right now, and for the first time in my life, I am actually really enjoying it."

Emma Loewe
October 9 2019

The Most Important Part of Building Your Baby's Brain? You

Finding a loving bond with your baby is the primary way to encourage development.

Vanessa Lapointe, PhD
October 5 2019