This Hospital Is Changing The Future Of C-Sections

C-sections have come a long way over the last year. For both moms who schedule them and moms who unexpectedly need them, c-sections are starting to have similar processes to traditional vaginal births. And the credit is largely owed to doctors and nurses willing to go out of their comfort zones for the best interests of both... Read more

Announcing The 2016 Best Of Baby Award Winners!

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We know better than anyone—the amount of baby gear out there is completely overwhelming. So we took the time to test, evaluate, and highlight it for you. After assembling strollers, lathering up with baby wash and getting up close and personal with some breast pumps, we can finally unveil this year's Best of Baby Award winners.... Read more

New Pregnancy Test Syncs With App On Your Phone

new pregnancy test from First ResponseFirst Response
Want to know whether or not you're pregnant? There's an app for that. First Response unveiled a new digital pregnancy test this week at CES, the Consumer Electronics Show (a.k.a the largest tech conference in the world). The Pregnancy PRO Digital Pregnancy Test uses Bluetooth to sync with the First Response app on your phone. “With... Read more

Your Guide To A Pantone-Inspired Nursery

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2016 is looking bright for new moms. Although Pantone may urge us to choose the words "soft" or "soothing." The color matching system announced its color of the year for 2016, selecting not one, but two colors for the first time ever. And they're incredibly nursery-friendly. According to Pantone, the winning hues of... Read more

Toddler Loses It After Seeing Automatic Doors For The First Time

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When it comes to babies and technology, it's a really exciting time. In the past year alone, we've seen a surge in wearable baby gear and big improvements in IVF technology. But don't expect this toddler to care. He is too busy being fascinated by technology you and I don't even think twice... Read more

'You Know You're a Mom When'…Momoji Edition

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Introducing the only thing you need to communicate as a new parent: momojis. As the name implies, momojis are emojis geared specifically towards moms. Thanks to their creator -- Luvs diapers -- all your parenting woes can now be expressed without typing a single word. Momojis have all your bases covered, from pregnancy tests to nursing bras,... Read more

What's The Riskiest Day Of The Week To Give Birth?

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The "weekend effect:" urban legend or a bonafide trend? This idea that patients admitted to the hospital on weekends have worse outcomes than those admitted on weekdays now has research -- geared specifically to mom and baby -- to back it. Still, that doesn't mean you should panic if you go into labor on a Saturday or... Read more

Supermom Donates Liver To Baby, Comforts Him Post-Surgery (WATCH)

Traci Tigue comforting baby Brodie after liver transplantWKYC
Never doubt your maternal instincts. Last May, Brodie Tigue was born perfectly healthy. But within a few days, his parents, Brunswick, Ohio, residents Traci and Russ, noticed his skin looked "different" from his sisters, and that his eyes appeared yellow in the corners. Brodie's pediatrician assured his parents these symptoms would go away, but Traci... Read more

Recall Alert: Tyson Chicken

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Tyson chicken lovers might have to start looking elsewhere for their daily dose of protein. Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced that Tyson Foods Inc. has recalled approximately 52,486 pounds of chicken wing product that had an “off-odor” scent -- which could have resulted from possible contamination.... Read more

First Uterine Transplant In US, New Hope For Women Facing Infertility

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About one in every 4,500 baby girls are born without a uterus. If they want to have children of their own someday, surrogacy or adoption have historically been the only available options. But one medical center plans to change that within the next few months. A team of doctors at the Cleveland Clinic are in the... Read more