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Mother's trauma is as damaging as SMOKING for unborn babies
Past trauma coupled with high stress hormone levels in pregnancy were linked to 1.3 oz lower birth weights for baby boys, raising risks for disease and growth delays, a new Mt...
Mothers Facing Trauma, Stress More Likely to Deliver Smaller Boy Babies
Mothers who undergo higher levels of trauma and stress may give birth to significantly smaller boy babies.
Stress Over Fussy Eating Forces Mom and Dad to Pressure or Reward at Mealtime
Stress over fussy eating urges both mom and dad to use non-responsive feeding practices such as pressuring or rewarding for eating.
The Shocking Way Some Pregnant Women Are Discriminated Against
It's not something many of us like to think about, but weight discrimination during pregnancy is a real thing - and is much more common than you might think. Think about it...
YouTube's New Parental Controls Make Monitoring Kids' Screen Time Easy AF
Approving what YouTube content your kids are exposed to is now easier than ever If you have kids, you know how YouTube obsessed they can become at any age. And while there are...
Stop buying baby walkers, doctors warn
Between 1990 and 2014, there were 230,676 infant-walker related injuries in children younger than 15 months. The study's lead author, from Ohio, says that is likely an...
Doctors Call For A Ban On Infant Walkers
Despite improvements in safety, kids are still being injured using infant walkers Doctors telling parents not to use infant walkers isn't new - the call to ban the popular item...
Cleaning products may be making children FAT due to chemicals 'altering...
Researchers from the University of Alberta found that youngster are more likely to be overweight at three years old if their mothers clean with chemical-based detergents.
Household Cleaning Products May Make Toddlers Overweight
High use of multipurpose household cleaning products can alter gut bacteria in babies and increase their risk of becoming overweight.
More Than Half of the Sleep Deprived Teens Parents Blame Electronics: Study
New study suggests that sleep problems are common among teens and more than fifty percent of parents think the late-night use of electronics is the main reason behind it.