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Bed-Sharing With Babies Tied to More Breast-Feeding

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Breast-Fed Kids May Have Low Iron Levels, Study Finds

Breast-Feeding May Pass Good Bacteria From Mom to Baby

Breast-Feeding Problems Common for First-Time Moms

Breast-Feeding Tied to Reduced Child Obesity

Could Longer Maternity Leave Prevent Postpartum Depression?

Dads Who Bond With Kids Help Keep Marriage Strong

Day Care May Help Kids of Depressed Moms

Early Elective Childbirth May Raise Health Risks for Babies, Moms: Study

Economic Recession Tied to 'Harsh' Parenting From Mothers

Even Younger Babies 'Prep' Themselves to Be Picked Up

Exercise in Pregnancy May Boost Baby's Brain, Study Says

Hospital Policy Spurs New Moms to Get Whooping Cough Shot

Infant Care May Help Explain Race-Linked Obesity Gap

'Intensified' Global Effort Needed to Further Cut Child Deaths: Report

Kids Born With HIV May Face Heart Risks Later, Study Suggests

Kids' Social Skills May Suffer When Mothers Drink During Pregnancy

Less Physical Activity, More TV for Today's Moms, Study Finds

Mom's Genes May Play Part in How Children Age

Moms With Lupus More Likely to Have Children With Autism, Study Suggests

More Evidence Shows Breast-Feeding Helps Babies' Brains

Most Medications OK During Breast-Feeding, Report Says

Mother's Personality Influences Breast-Feeding Decision, Study Finds

Mother's Voice on Special Pacifier Helps Preemies Learn to Eat

Newborns Fed Formula in Hospital Less Likely to Be Breast-Fed Later

Over-Involved Mothers Tied to Women's Poor Eating, Body Attitudes, Study Says

Overnight Separation From Mother Linked to Weaker Infant Bond

Postpartum Depression Often Linked to Long-Term Woes, Review Suggests

Postpartum Depression Risk May Rise for New Moms in Big Cities

Smoking During Pregnancy Tied to Behavior Issues in Kids

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Smoking in Pregnancy Tied to Later Nicotine Addiction in Daughters

Study Looks at Vitamin D Needs in Breast-Fed Babies

TV, Computer Time Tied to Heavier, Less Happy Kids: Study

U.S. Women Delay Motherhood, Teen Births Historically Low: CDC

Very Preterm Babies May Have Trouble Bonding With Parents

When Moms Get Active, Kids Follow

Working Moms Spend More Time Parenting Than Dads: Study

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