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    Family Vacations Have Long-Lasting Impact on Kids' Happiness

    According to experts, trips with the fam are the gift that keeps on giving.

    Woman's Warning About Third-Degree Burns from Essential Oils Is a Must-Read for Everyone

    This mom posted a PSA to Facebook after she applied essential oils before using a tanning bed and ended up with severe burns to her wrists and neck.

    Going to the Beach Actually Changes Your Brain for the Better, Says Science

    If you needed another reason to plan a family trip to the beach, here you go. You're welcome!

    Most Parents Are Afraid to Tell Others They've Made a Common Car Seat Mistake

    Not only are too many parents not keeping kids in rear-facing car seats long enough, but loved ones who notice aren't comfortable pointing it out.

    EpiPens Are Being Recalled Because They May Not Work

    Parents, please be advised that some EpiPens can fail to activate in an emergency. Here's what you need to know about this scary recall.

    Recall Alert: Almost 600,000 Asthma Inhalers Have Been Recalled Due to Defect

    GlaxoSmithKlein has issued a recall of three batches of albuterol inhalers due to a potential defect.

    Recall Alert: Oball Rattles

    Turns out, the popular rattles pose a choking hazard to little ones.

    Check Your Freezer! 1 Million Pounds of Chicken Recalled

    The recalled products range from frozen chicken nuggets to chicken fillets from OK Food, Inc.

    Recall Alert: Gerber Pasta Pick Ups

    The company has recalled its cheese ravioli because it's not safe for kids with egg allergies.

    Research Pinpoints 3 Key Ways to Reduce Your Child's Risk of Obesity

    A new study has linked childhood obesity to inconsistent routines around mealtime, screen time, and, most importantly, bedtime.

    One in 5 New Moms Are Staying Silent About Postpartum Mood Disorders

    We all know postpartum mood disorders require professional help. So, why are so many moms keeping quiet about the issue?

    How One Houston Mom Is Helping Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey

    Houston residents are doing amazing things to support one another in the wake of Hurricane Harvey's devastation. Here's what one mom is doing for families.

    3 Updates and Changes to the Vaccine Schedule You Need to Know About

    Experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continually evaluate the safety of vaccines and update their recommendations to make sure your child is protected. Here are the latest changes.

    #ThatsHarassment Video Series Highlights an All-Too-Common Problem for Women Everywhere

    Actor David Schwimmer is helping to promote six short films that, sadly, most women can so relate to.

    Trader Joe's Recalls Applesauce Due to Contamination

    There's a possibility there could be glass shards in your Trader Joe's applesauce.

    Is MiraLax the Cause of 'Horrifying' Changes Parents Are Seeing in Their Kids?

    Parents have reported being "horrified" by the changes they've seen in their kids after taking the popular laxative. Here's what the experts say.

    Study Says It's The Cuddling, More Than the Sex, That Makes You Happy

    A new study reveals that it's the affection we get from our partners--and not the act of sex itself--that makes us happier.

    Why Telling Kids They Can't Sing Could Hurt Them Later in Life

    When it comes to musical abilities in our kids, we should focus less on talent and more on the benefits that hard work and persistence bring.

    Would Your Home's Fire Alarm Wake Your Kids? Are You Sure?

    A study shows that 80 percent of kids will sleep right through the sound of a smoke alarm.

    Female Soccer Players Get the Most Concussions in High School Sports

    New research shows that head injuries are now more common in girls' soccer than boys' football.

    Married Couples Are Having Less Sex & You Can Blame Netflix

    A new study says married couples are in a sex slump and technology is probably to blame.

    More Bad News About Flame Retardants: They May Make Your Kid a Bully

    A new study says the fire-resistant products in your home may be the cause of aggressive behavior in your children.

    Doing Nice Things for Your Spouse Benefits You, Even When They Don't Notice, Science Says

    Here's yet another reason to treat your spouse to that back rub, or let them have their way, or let them sleep in instead of you, or...

    'Conan' Show Donates $20K to Family of Producer Who Died After Birth of Third Child

    Shortly after giving birth to her third child, Sara Porter contracted a rare bacterial infection that ultimately took her life.

    What Kids Eat at School Might Depend on When They Have Lunch and Recess

    According to a new study, the timing of lunch and recess during the schoolday has an effect both on what our kids eat and how active they are.