Claire Goss, 32, a Massachusetts mother of a 3-month-old son, has confessed in a blog post on Babble.com that she only bathes her baby about once a week.
Family & Parenting
A woman who led DC police on a car chase from the White House to the Capitol suffered from post partum depression, according to her mother.
A new paper published in the journal Human Nature finds that transgendered men were often seen as an asset in some societies.
A new New York City public health program aims to improve body image among tweens. But will it help?
Over the last 20 years, the number of parents sharing a bed with their infants has doubled.
About 6.7 million American women suffer from infertility, 1% of whom struggle to get pregnant because of poor-quality eggs.
Childhood anxiety is on the rise at every level, from fear of monsters under the bed to severe anxiety disorders.
Moms who are so taken with their babies that they want to “eat them up” have a good biological reason for feeling that way, say researchers.
Four kids in Atlanta are living the dream: their dad is a part-time superhero. Blake Wilson, a father of four, is quickly becoming a social media sensation known as “BatDad.” In his Vine videos, Wilson dons a Batman mask and films footage of himself parenting as BatDad. “I’m just a normal dad with four kids and a wife having fun with …
A new study suggests that breastfeeding and bedsharing may go hand in hand, but while more data supports breastfeeding, the studies aren’t as definitive about parents sleeping in the same bed as their infants.
Kids love playing kickball, but now a gym in Queens, New York is hoping to spark their interest in kettlebells. The Gantry CrossFit gym in Long Island City is now offering to train kids “as young as 3″ in the art of CrossFit, the extreme exercise regimen that includes routines like swinging kettlebells, flipping tires, and doing …
DVDs and educational programs on TV have a growing place in helping young children to learn. But there’s new evidence that they may not be as effective as old fashioned conversation.
While nearly all mothers start breast-feeding their newborns, about half stop after a few weeks. The latest study explains why.