Pregnant women who exercise give their babies a brain boost, a new study shows.
According to new information, a portable screening device to screen for vision problems in infants can be used as early as 6 months of age.
75% of all new moms try breastfeeding. Yet, only 13% ultimately maintain breastfeeding for the doctor-recommended 6-months duration. So, what happens?
Honest Baby lets you chart daily activities, track feeding, sleep and diaper changes and add special moments.
A new study suggests how well babies sleep at night during their early years is primarily based on their genes. But that may change at 18 months.
Looking for a place to keep all of your kid’s pictures and big moments? Oogababy may have a funny name, but it’s a good repository for stories, videos and photos.
Amniocentesis is the classic way for detecting chromosomal abnormalities in a fetus and requires an invasive procedure to obtain amniotic fluid. There may be a better way.
The year’s first new Philadelphian made her appearance just after midnight at Pennsylvania Hospital, weighing in at six pounds, nine ounces.
Walking through the toy department can seem a little foreign to those of us who haven’t ventured into this magical land since childhood, so here are a few gift ideas.
There was an interesting study last week which showed a link between autism and the age of the father when the baby is conceived.
Doctors need to ask all women of childbearing age if they might be pregnant before prescribing medications. That’s because some are safe during pregnancy but others are not.
Sick of proud parents inundating your Facebook newsfeed with photos of their infants? There’s an app for that. No, really.
A health watch warning: A potentially deadly cough is spreading in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey, according to the state health departments.
The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is opening a new training lab today to give surgeons some cutting edge experience. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the hands-on training.
Time Magazine’s cover shocker has just about everyone talking.