Vaccinations and Your Child: Digging into the Issues

There is so much information out there about vaccines it can be hard to navigate.  We have found the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to be a fantastic source of balanced, science-based information.  Curious to know more about vaccines? Visit their website, browse through their many offerings.  We particularly recommend watching the video series “Vaccines and […]

Best and Worst Countries for Moms

How well are moms doing around the world?  This photo essay on countries of the world where moms are best off and worst off is an interesting look at how we can frame that question.

New Study: Dads’ Care Benefits Babies’ Cognitive Development

posted by Lindsay Dunckel A new study from Child Trends, Involvement among Resident Fathers and Links to Infant Cognitive Outcomes, published online in the Journal of Family Issues, shows that fathers’ warmth, care, and play with their babies is positively linked with infant cognitive development–as seen in the babies’ babbling and exploring objects. The study also finds that fathers’ influence […]