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Have you ever struggled to open a stubborn package? If so, that may be a good thing…if your baby is watching.
Can Beyoncé ever catch a break? A photo showing the mom to twins Sir and Rumi Carter drinking alcohol has prompted backlash.
A baby boy in India was born with his own "twin" inside his abdomen — an extremely rare condition called "fetus in fetu."
A child in South Africa who was born with HIV has been virtually free of the virus for nearly nine years now and didn't take anti-HIV drugs for most of that time.
Newborn babies can't do much, but place them on their mom's chest and they'll instinctively gravitate to the nipple, to breast-feed.
A new book by a pediatric gastroenterologist offers a reassuring (and humorous) perspective on the mysterious effluvia that infants produce.
Live Science gets the low-down on April the giraffe and her newborn calf, from Jordan Patch, owner of Animal Adventure Park.
It's a fact of life that newborns cry, but a new analysis of nearly 8,700 infants reveals that babies cry and fuss more in certain countries than in others.
April's many fans can sign up for text alerts for when April goes into labor and for the first disclosure of the newborn's gender.
Millions of internet viewers are tensely following the video feed featuring April the pregnant giraffe — who is still pregnant.
A revolution in the tools and techniques developmental psychologists use to investigate kids' knowledge and capabilities is rewriting what we know about how and when children understand their world.