23 April 2008, 09:13 AM ET
New research suggests that what a woman eats before pregnancy influences the gender of her baby.
06 February 2008, 01:59 AM ET
Juno MacGuff and Jamie Lynn Spears are just two signs that teen pregnancy is “in.”
28 December 2007, 08:16 AM ET
Next time the baby shoots you a dirty look, it might not be gas.
12 December 2007, 08:00 AM ET
Women's bodies have evolved spines for pregnancy that keep them steady.
06 December 2007, 07:46 AM ET
The U.S. teen birth rate rises for the first time in 15 years.
21 November 2007, 08:00 AM ET
Babies can tell people who might help them from those that might hinder them.
16 November 2007, 07:18 AM ET
Are we the only animals that make fools of ourselves over our babies?
15 October 2007, 09:54 AM ET
Moms with lots of oxytocin bond better with their babies.
17 September 2007, 01:03 PM ET
While resting, infants show active brain regions.
24 August 2007, 04:59 AM ET
People can recognize baby talk in foreign languages.
14 August 2007, 06:28 AM ET
Educational videos for infants delay speech development, new study says.
02 August 2007, 10:04 AM ET
High rate of word-learning in toddlers may not need complex mechanisms.
02 July 2007, 06:42 AM ET
First baby is born after oocytes were matured in the lab and frozen.
29 June 2007, 11:33 AM ET
The finding could lead to new male fertility tests and contraception.
24 May 2007, 10:00 AM ET
Infants see and hear things that older babies and adults cannot.
08 May 2007, 04:43 AM ET
More cavities for the first time in 40 years might point to a lack of fluoridated water.
07 May 2007, 12:00 PM ET
Forty percent of infants regular TV watchers.
16 March 2007, 07:23 AM ET
In the largest research project ever undertaken on a child mummy, scientists reveal details of the origins of a mummified infant.
07 December 2006, 10:28 AM ET
Infants may have been considered equal members of society 27,000 years ago, contrary to the belief they were treated with indifference.
08 August 2006, 08:22 PM ET
Add baby bats to the small but growing list of creatures that babble before they can fully communicate.
08 August 2006, 12:04 PM ET
Research confirms infants can spot arithmetic errors.
13 July 2006, 08:42 AM ET
Unborn babies regularly exposed to cigarette smoke are much more likely to have behavioral problems as young children.
12 July 2006, 09:18 AM ET
Now the question: Is it because they're used to it or has evolution made it so?
13 June 2006, 05:49 AM ET
Given limited health funding dollars and the rarity of some diseases, which do you test for? Testing varies widely from state to state and even within the same state.
02 June 2006, 06:32 AM ET
Intercourse in the final weeks of pregnancy did not make labor start sooner.
15 May 2006, 04:34 PM ET
Claims vary widely on the value or harm TV can do to babies. What should you do?
11 May 2006, 08:37 PM ET
Baby's limited mobility puts it more at risk than older children or adults of being exposed to carcinogens in secondhand smoke.
01 May 2006, 08:19 PM ET
A new study is the first to establish a link between colic and depression using a large sample of women.
23 March 2006, 02:38 AM ET
Over the 10 years ending in 2002, there was a 12 percent increase in births occurring between 34 and 36 weeks
22 March 2006, 03:10 AM ET
Hint: They don't really care what you say...
06 March 2006, 09:37 AM ET
Horns were likely important for species recognition and visual communication
17 February 2006, 03:22 PM ET
Straight out of the womb, infants are just as aroused by a rhesus monkey call as by human speech.
13 February 2006, 12:00 PM ET
After long suspecting weâ€™re born with some math sense, researchers have shown infants indeed have some ability to count long before they can demonstrate it to Mom and Dad.
19 January 2006, 02:55 AM ET
With the advent of agriculture, women had more time to procreate and there was more food to feed the boom.
26 October 2005, 09:01 AM ET
Controversial study aims to show that negative health and social effects of gender selection are unfounded.
01 August 2005, 04:28 AM ET
A U.S. study confirms European research. Now scientists want to know why.