Molly Sims Welcomes a Baby Girl

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Molly Sims and husband Scott Stuber are new parents a second time around. The couple shared the happy news Thursday on Instagram, sharing a very sweet snapshot of their newborn daughter, Scarlett May Stuber, with the caption: "We welcome Scarlett May Stuber into our family. Our hearts are bigger with you here." Baby Scarlett joins 2-year-old son Brooks, making the... Read more

Geneticists Offer Position Statement on NIPTs

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Non-invasive prenatal tests (NIPTs) are advanced screenings for genetic diseases. The key word being screenings. They can tell you that your baby might have a problem, but false alarms are still possible. The confusion about when to get one and whether the touted 99 percent accuracy is true might be what prevented experts from issuing... Read more

Even More Moms Confess the Most F-cked Up Things Their Kids Did

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Sometimes we feel like parenting is one big collection of OH NO YOU DIDN’T and SPIT IT OUT!! moments. And just when we feel like our kids might have reached an all-time pinnacle of gross for the week, we perform another Pump and Dump show and collect these cards from our audience so other parents can share messed up... Read more

Nate Berkus's Baby Name Perfectly Ushers in Spring

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It's a girl for Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent! The couple welcomed their daughter via surrogate on Wednesday, and based on their name choice, we're hoping this baby will finally welcome in spring as well. "Jeremiah and I are thrilled to announce the arrival of our daughter, Poppy Brent-Berkus, born via surrogate on March 23, 2015,”... Read more

Is the New Supreme Court Ruling Really a Victory for Pregnant Workers?

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In response to yesterday's Young v. UPS Supreme Court ruling, headlines have touted the decision as a victory for pregnant women. Yes, the Court says pregnant workers are entitled to the same workplace accommodations given to similarly restricted workers. But beyond that, the ruling isn't as definitive as you might think. Essentially, the battle isn't over for Read more

Pregnant Women Not Getting Enough Omega-3

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You might want to up your omega-3 intake -- it could do wonders for baby's brain development. A new study found only 27 percent of pregnant women get enough omega-3 during pregnancy, a fatty acid found in fish, seafood and seaweed products. While you do want to steer clear of mercury-rich seafood... Read more

Ashton Kutcher Petitions for Changing Tables, Gets Schooled by Target

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Even Ashton Kutcher, the king of diaper duty, is faced with baby changing obstacles. You probably recall his recent Facebook post venting about the lack of diaper changing stations in male public restrooms. Now, Kutcher's taking his cause to the next level, starting a Change.org petition directed at Target and Costco. "It's 2015, families... Read more

Breastfeeding's Newest Supporter? 'Walking Dead' Star Norman Reedus

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Cincinnati's HorrorHound Weekend might not sound like the breeding ground for breastfeeding rights, but Norman Reedus's Instagram says otherwise. The Walking Dead star posed with two breastfeeding moms -- Tammie Hamed and Libby Dalton -- who had waited in line to meet him at the event. Apparently, a conversation about boobs and babies (we're not asking... Read more

Marathoning Mom Inspires with Bikini Photo

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Still high off her first-ever marathon one week earlier, Rachel Hollis decided it was time to flaunt the body she'd worked for, and the body three babies took a toll on. “I thought, it’s not going to get better than this," she tells TODAY. "You ran the 26 miles, and I had been training... Read more

Fetuses of Smoking Moms Grimace in Ultrasound

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You know you shouldn't smoke during pregnancy. But now there's photographic evidence urging you not to. Using 4-D ultrasounds, researchers at Durham and Lancaster universities in the UK found that fetuses of smoking mothers touched themselves and moved their mouths significantly more than the rate typically expected at 24, 28, 32 and 36 weeks.... Read more