Can you really glow while pregnant? The answer is yes – and there are scientific explanations as to why.
Common winter illnesses are typically highly contagious. A family physician breaks down 10 common winter illnesses and what to do and expect when you catch them.
There’s a lot of advice about what foods you should eat to encourage a healthy milk supply when you’re breastfeeding. But are there really magic lactation-inducing foods? A lactation specialist explains.
Avoiding dairy? While you may not eat cheese and yogurt, you may be surprised to learn that other foods like canned tuna, bread, hot dogs and chocolate may also contain hidden dairy ingredients. Here’s what to look for.
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Using a nasal aspirator can help remove some of the phlegm in your baby’s nose before it slides down their throat and makes it difficult to breathe or eat. A pediatrician provides advice on how to use the different types of aspirators.
Due for multiple vaccines? Find out which ones you can get at once and when you’re better off spacing them out.
They’re powdered. They’re marketed for kids transitioning to solid food. And they cost a pretty penny. Find out if toddler drinks are worth splurging on.
Does chocolate start calling your name around 2 p.m.? Discover why you may be craving sweets and how to listen better to your body’s cues.
Your genes may affect how quickly you metabolize caffeine. So, how can you figure out how late is too late for coffee? Our expert shares.
An estimated 90% of people with sleep apnea don’t know they have the condition. Here’s what to look for.