Many infant deaths have been connected with crib bumpers which is at an all time high in recent years in the United States which made the researchers propose a ban on the bedding accessories.
According to a new study, the lowering down of testosterone level can help fathers be more loving, kind and caring towards their offspring.
Singing is a more effective way of calming babies than talking, a new study reported.
A new study found that mothers were more likely than fathers to verbally engage their infants and make eye contact.
Parents believed that giving some form of treatment, such as pasteurized agave nectar or a placebo, to young children suffering from a cough can help, a new study found.
Loss of tolerance to gluten - a protein composite found in wheat, rye and barley - is a dynamic process and that neither breastfeeding or delaying the introduction of gluten-containing foods provide significant protection against the disorder, finds a new study.
Infant vocalizations are mainly motivated by infants' ability to hear their own babbling, according to a new study.
According to health officials, more than 700 infants from Texas might have been exposed to tuberculosis.
According to a new study, providing a single family room NICU for preterm infants can boost medical care.
According to a review of multiple studies, researchers are reporting that adequate vitamin E intake is essential, especially for young children, seniors and women who are or plan to become pregnant.
The CDC reported that the vast majority of babies get vaccinated in the U.S.
In a new study, researchers found that preterm infants had a reduced risk of infection when the medical staff used sterile gloves after washing their hands.
Human milk is an infant food, but for sick and hospitalized babies it's also medicine, suggest a series of articles in a neonatal nursing journal's special issue focused on human milk for sick newborns.
Lap infants may be at greater risk for death on commercial airline flight, a first-of-its-kind of study has revealed.
The results from an ongoing clinical trial found that the malaria vaccine was still able to protect children at 18 months.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.