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  1. Baby
    Just when you thought your breast milk couldn't be any more amazing, new research has come out suggesting that it self-tailors to the sex of your baby. Yes, that's right - baby boys and baby girls get different breast milk. As if we didn't already know that our breast milk changes as our...
  2. Special Needs Parenting
    ARE YOU A MOTHER OF A CHILD WITH ASD? Sign up for our study to help us learn about your relationship with your child. Your involvement in the study would consist of completing a one-hour online survey. You can complete the study at your convenience and will be compensated for your time...
  3. Family Life
    How far we can blame video games for the bad behavior of people who play them is a hot-button issue. But what about their good behavior? For as long as there have been violent video games, there have people blaming violent behavior on video games. But aside from anecdotal data-and political...
  4. Baby
    Imagine feeding your young child a candy bar every day. Unthinkable, right? But researchers have found that many American toddlers are consuming that much-added sugar each day, plus some. A new study revealed that 99 percent of American toddlers, ages 19 to 23 months, consume over seven...
  5. Family Life
    Set down your phone. Turn off the TV. Put down that tablet. Give this your full attention. Yeah right, huh? Even without the screens and technology, it's not going to happen. Multitasking and motherhood are practically synonymous. Fortunately, for all mothers everywhere - while this new study...
  6. Toddler & Child
    A study published in Science suggests that a large number of girls believe men are inherently smarter and more talented than women. For many of us, these results are not shocking, but what's surprising is that children as young as six-years-old have this bias. Andrei Cimpian, co-author of the...
  7. Pregnancy & Birth
    Birth is an intense chapter in the wild ride of pregnancy, and despite the popular depiction of birth by the media, it is most often safe. However, it can also be so unpredictable that some midwives end up experiencing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). According to the National Institute...
  8. Baby
    A new study reveals that babies can retain knowledge of the language spoken to them in their first few months of life. Published in the Royal Society Open Science, the study looked at a group of adults who had been adopted from Korea as babies. The adults were raised in Dutch homes where no...
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