A couple who accused a sperm bank of misrepresenting its process for screening donors and providing incorrect medical and educational history of the donor they selected can proceed with a lawsuit against the sperm bank, Georgia’s highest court ruled Monday.
Doctors at the University of Michigan have separated 1-year-old conjoined twin sisters.
Fans of the newly minted Emmy award-winning Disney+ series, The Mandalorian, can now build their own Lego version of the Child, or Baby Yoda as he's commonly referred to by fans of the series.
The Social Security Administration released its official list of the Top 10 most popular baby names of 2019 – and they’re not all that different from 2018.
A father in England recreated a famous scene from “Toy Story” to send his young son back to school, in a sweet photoshoot that has gone viral on social media.
Virtual learning has no doubt caused financial hardships for some families. For many, it means updating equipment, buying desks, and taking on a new childcare bill. But help is on the way.
The new “My Home Office Set” includes a smartphone, a headset for calls and a coffee cup.
The Trump administration says the science “is very clear,” but many doctors who specialize in pediatrics and infectious diseases say much of the evidence is inconclusive.
The Boy Scouts of America announced on Monday they are standing with the Black Lives Matter movement.
Cea Anderson went home with her mother and grandmother Wednesday, just 10 days after coming into this world during a car accident on the way to the hospital.
The study was published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and was funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Shelter-in-place orders now mean only one person at a time is allowed to be with the baby.
One Utah couple wasn’t going to have the wedding they dreamed of because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, but that wasn’t going to stop them from celebrating the happiest days of their lives.
A hospital in Bangkok is going to great lengths to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus to babies.
A letter to Governor Brian Kemp and the Coronavirus Task Force Is a plea from dozens of certified professional midwives.
Now, many expectant mothers are scrambling to ditch their traditional birth plans, fearing hospitals will be overrun with illness and banish visitors, even spouses or partners.
The majority of hospitals are placing limits on the number of visitors allowed, and it's impacting people in the delivery room.
Need tips on how to entertain your children, while staying healthy and sane under California’s stay-at-home order?
A group of fathers from Camden County who wanted nothing more than to support their daughters came up with an unconventional bonding opportunity.
A tough Texas mom is receiving messages of support from other mothers after a photo of her parenting skills in action went viral.