From skin-to-skin to rooming in, there’s plenty new moms can do in the hospital to bond with baby.
When mom is pregnant and readying for labor, there's plenty that partners can do to help lighten the load.
As a single mom of two, Lyric Green faced a staggering amount of uncertainty. She found her path forward by connecting with mentors and newfound friends.
Here are some important ways dad can help out at home with the new baby.
Advancements in biotech have led to the development of lab-grown breast milk—but it can't quite replicate the natural source.
Low milk production and painful latching can sometimes lead to difficulties for nursing moms.
Amniotic fluid is a dynamic liquid—it does a lot more than make for a cozy womb.
Pregnant and breastfeeding women should opt for paraben-free makeup and personal care products.
It prevents ovulation and may slow the natural depletion of ovarian follicles, lowering the risk of early menopause.
A pediatrician shares when and how to get your little ones started on solid foods.
For moms-to-be, it's essential to know what's in store.
It felt like the flu, but turned into something much more serious. A new mother gets fast care—for her and for her baby.