A new study says yes! Plus: those mealtime tantrums might have started in utero, and more new research that matters to parents.
Rebecca Shore Winn
Could getting a fussy infant to sleep really be this simple? A new study's "walk then sit" method says all it takes is a little stroll and a little sitting.
A new study finds that implicit racial bias starts as early as age 3—but parents and teachers can take action to help eliminate prejudice.
In an exclusive interview, Winnipeg-born Dr. Jen Gunter opens up about her journey to becoming the most important truth teller in women’s health.
Researchers are hopeful about a medication under development to treat symptoms of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).