So you took the leap. Find out everything you should -- and, maybe shouldn't -- know about your children and get a few parenting tips.
U.S. Adoptees May Soon Gain Access to Their Original Birth Certificates
Why Adults Adopt Other Adults
How to Get Adoption Records
What to Do When You're Out of Baby Formula
60 Gender-neutral Baby Names You'll Love
This App Can Explain What Your Baby's Cries Mean
Why More Companies Are Offering Paternity Leave — and Men Feel Freer to Take It
10 Questions You Should Ask Your Employer About Maternity Leave
Don't Want to Go Back to Work After Maternity Leave? 10 Things to Think About
What Causes New Baby Smell?
How Free-Range Parenting Works
Men Tend to Relax More, Do Less, When Not Caring for the Kids
Meet the Lawnmower Parent
How to Talk to Your Teen About Sexting
Should Teens Work Part Time While in School?
Since the 1940s, the birth certificates of adopted children have been routinely changed to reflect the history and names of adoptive parents. States across the nation increasingly favor allowing adoptees access to the originals.
By Andrea Ross
A first-of-its-kind study out of The Ohio State University found that new dads don't necessarily pull their weight when it comes to child care and housework.
By Sarah Gleim
Are people with the last name Cook more likely to work as chefs? Nominative determinism is the phenomenon that the name a person is given may have a significant impact on their path in life.
You can add exposure to artificial light to the long list of factors that may affect your body mass index — and maybe even cause cancer.
By Robert Lamb
In the U.S., few companies offered parental leave for fathers — and men often felt a stigma if they took it. But the millennial generation is changing that.
By Dave Roos
It's no surprise that a 2012 Gallup study found stay-at-home moms nothing like June Cleaver in "Leave it to Beaver." There were some eye-opening facts discovered about the mental state of full-time caregivers compared to their working counterparts.
Look to natural essences to help heal some of your most common problems.
Does missing all those little moments really bring a working mom down?