pregnancy & baby
A New York Times article suggests that if a depressed mother stays up all night, or even the last half of the night, it is likely that by morning the depression will lift. Are you buying it?
It's one of the most important decisions you'll make for your baby, and it can cause some heated debates. What do you name your new addition? Here are some things to consider before filling out that birth certificate.
A new study released today suggests that if 90 percent of American moms would breastfeed for the first six months of their baby's life, billions of dollars -- and nearly 1,000 infants -- could be saved each year.
I just went on my first business trip since having a baby three months ago. I was reluctant to go at first because I am still breastfeeding, but I made it work and did a 36-hour trip. So let the adventures begin!
I'm not trying to be mom-centric (well, maybe I am), but I'm wondering if all the hoopla about healthcare reform will change the way we give birth.
Dallas police are investigating complaints about a woman carrying her 1-year-old baby on a city bus in an unzipped suitcase on wheels. Is this OK?
Pamela Redmond Satran over at The Daily Beast has compiled "The Elite's Top 50 Baby Names." Did your kid's name make the cut?