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For decades, scientists have studied human milk to understand its complexities, and more closely mirror its composition and functionalities for infant formula. The outcome? ...

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Elizabeth Beisel, Olympian and National Learn to Swim spokesperson, told us about the many mental and psychological benefits of learning to swim at an early age, as well as ...

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Mother to mother, and family to family, it’s all of our responsibility to help where we can and support one another as we all work to raise our kids. Check out this list ...

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It’s May, and May is officially Allergy Awareness Month. More children are now suffering from asthma and allergies than before. ...

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By now you may have heard that there is a controversy brewing about the new kids' movie Show Dogs.  What could go wrong in a comedy starring adorable pups and Will Arnett?  ...

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With Mother’s Day approaching the pressure is on to not just find the perfect gift for your own mom, mother-in-law, or grandmother, but also to not squander the opportunity ...

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April is National Autism Awareness Month.  Since one in 68 children are diagnosed with Autism every year, chances are you know at least one of them.  For the millions of ...

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U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth from Illinois just made history by becoming the first U.S. Senator in history to give birth while in office.  Senator Duckworth recently had ...

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Until now, no state has taken a stand on whether free-range parenting (where parents believe their children should be given great freedom from an early age) should be legally ...

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Three years ago, Lee’or Rutenberg and his wife knew their baby girl Sadie would be born with heart problems. Within months, young Sadie became the first patient to ...

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