The findings of a new study show that, if parents wish to protect their children from developing allergies, they should suck on their pacifiers.
A new study suggests that singing lullabies to premature children staying in the neonatal intensive care unit may have beneficial effects on the baby’s sleeping, eating and heart rate.
According to a new study, forty percent of all mothers start feeding their babies solid food before they are even four months old.
A new study suggests that good eating habits start in the womb.
A team of psychologists has discovered that baby boys who use pacifiers will grow up to be less emotionally mature than baby boys who do not suckle on them in infancy.
Health officials say nearly 1 in 4 babies are born to unmarried couples who are living together, a significant jump from a decade ago.
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