If large organizations can’t handle small problems, how are they going to handle teens in foster care?
It’s not just celebrities. Americans from all backgrounds are increasingly selecting unique names for their kids.
With kids the same age, most think twins. But when they’re not twins? Most think you just had trouble. And they’d be right.
A 1930s psychologist enrolled a pair of unwitting subjects — his own infant and an adopted baby chimp — to test whether nurture triumphs over nature.
Babies have been born in the Amazon for ages with the help of women presently leading the charge against modern difficulties.
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They’ve long helped birth babies. Now they’re assisting brides-to-be.
A tattered photo, an illustrated book, a DNA search — how distant cousins an ocean apart finally found each other.
Laid-back attitudes toward giving birth at home are changing in the Netherlands.