Watching TV After a Tantrum Isn’t Good For Your Toddler, Study Reveals

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Photo: Veer / The Bump
A new study, just published in the journal Pediatrics by researchers from Boston Medical Center, suggests that you may want to think twice before turning over the remote to your fussy toddler. The study's lead researcher, Dr. Jenny Radskey, is recommending that parents not put their toddler in front of a TV to soothe any... read more

Get the Look: Mila Kunis at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards

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Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic
The MTV Movie Awards are usually an excuse for Hollywood starlets to bare skin in the most creative of ways, but when mama-to-be Mila Kunis (who hasn't publicly declared her pregnancy) won Best Villain, we were instantly obsessed with her chic maternity dress that showed a little leg -- and her golden popcorn statue she tried... read more

Take Your ‘Game of Thrones’ Obsession to the Next Level With These Baby Names

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Photo: HBO
It looks like the Bella Swan-naming trend from Twilight might be over, since the latest baby naming craze is all thanks to a little show called Game of Thrones. If you're on the hunt for a fearless and strong name for your baby girl, Khaleesi is the top contender from the hit HBO drama, since 146 babies were given... read more

CNN Anchor Kate Bolduan Is Pregnant!

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Photo: Contact Music
Savannah Guthrie isn't the only national news anchor with a baby bump! CNN's New Day co-anchor Kate Bolduan announced today that she's expecting her first child with husband Michael Gershenson and is due in October. “My husband and I are expecting our first child,” Kate revealed on New Day. “We finally are at a... read more

Why You Probably Want to Buy an At-Home Pregnancy Test Instead of Getting One at the Hospital

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Photo: Shutterstock / The Bump
According to a new study from the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, 9 out of 11 of the most popular hospital urine pregnancy tests are more likely to produce a false-negative result after the fifth to seventh week of pregnancy, even though the tests perform well in the first month after conception. Led by Ann M. Gronowski,... read more

Here’s the Lowdown on Prince George’s First Playdate

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Photo: SplashNews
Playing with the future King of England may sound posh, but hey, it's a fact that all babies drool and love to grab at the nearest toy. Prince George was no exception at his first public playdate in New Zealand, where he played with 10 other babies with their parents present as part of Prince William... read more

Toddler’s First Car Wash Experience Is an Emotional Rollercoaster (WATCH!)

Photo: Max Gibbons
Photo: Max Gibbons
Going through a car wash for the first time is actually kind of traumatic, now that I think about it. It's dark, it's shaky and huge brushes that look like willow trees are pretty much attacking your car, so we totally understand this two-year-old's reactions to her first car wash experience in a video that... read more

Mom of Twins Gave Birth to Friend’s Twins After Many Failed IVF Cycles

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Photo: Shutterstock / The Bump
Choosing a surrogate is one of the hardest choices to make in life -- especially after undergoing IVF four times. Sandi and Philip Palmisano's failed results were discouraging, but met Andrea and Mark Rivas in 2010 at the Shady Grove Fertility Center in Washington, DC, where they were also trying IVF. Andrea gave birth... read more

Stressing Out During Your Pregnancy Could be Bad for Baby’s Health

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Photo: Shutterstock / The Bump
According to new research performed by Dr. Petra Arck, stressing out during your pregnancy might put baby at an increased risk for asthma and eczema. The study, performed at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf in Germany, examined data from 994children and their mothers who had participated in an Australian pregnancy study. Starting out,... read more

Researchers Find That Autism Actually Begins In Utero, but Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Freak Out

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Photo: Shutterstock / The Bump
Fresh new research published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that though symptoms of autism may not be obvious until your child is a toddler, the disorder actually begins while baby's still developing -- in utero. According to the study, conducted by the Autism Center of Excellence at the University of California,... read more