Breastfeeding your newborn should be easy and trouble-free for most mothers. An expert in the field offers a few ways nursing your baby can be made easier.
From "It's normal for breastfeeding to hurt" to "Many women do not produce enough milk" and beyond, breastfeeding myths and misinformation abound.
A study finds that snuggling with a newborn in the NICU doesn't just help the baby, but also eases mom's anxiety.
Parents: Want to help ensure your children turn out to be happy and socially well-adjusted? Bond with them when they are babies.
Research as found many benefits of skin-to-skin contact between mothers and newborns immediately after birth, particularly after cesarean section.
Yawning after spotting someone else yawning is associated with empathy and bonding. But who will most often see a yawn and yawn in response?
Using cabbage leaves and tea bags to ease pain are among the many breastfeeding tips women pass along to new mothers seeking help.
Impending fatherhood can lower two hormones in men, even before their babies are born, a study has found.
Neuroscientists have discovered how oxytocin acts on individual brain cells to teach a mother to respond to her baby's needs, helping with bonding.
If you want someone to open up to you, just make them laugh! It's one of the best ways to begin a friendship.
Human research that oxytocin - the 'cuddle hormone' - also influences feelings of well-being and sensitivity to advertising.
It may seem counter-intuitive until you think about it: How involved dad is with his baby depends on mom.
Is there a breastfeeding boost? A study shows that people who were breastfed might have a greater chance to climb the social ladder.
The family meal is often touted and encouraged for its social and health benefits, but a Cornell University study questions the nature of this association.