A baby's weight doesn't really change when they fall asleep, so why does the limp, floppy weight of a sleeping baby seem greater than it actually is?
The tones mothers use to address babies are more universal than previously thought. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Parents of East Asian, East African, and Native American descent are not surprised when their babies are born with a blueish-color birthmark on their backside.
Did you know that there are other kinds of twins besides fraternal and identical?
For mothers with dental cavities, a C-section birth might not be so easy on the baby's future teeth.
Did you know a 10-month old baby is able to learn words?
Babies cry. In fact, babies cry more in their first three months of life than at any other time. How much crying is normal? What amount is too much? By too much, I don’t mean too much for your ears to take, but excessive to the point of being symptomatic of something serious? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
As if being born weren't hard enough, infants are hit with a particularly difficult problem - the need to learn language.
Could caffeine save someones life? Find out on this Moment of Science.
How do animals express their emotions? Find out on this Moment of Science.