I don't believe there is any reason why an amber necklace would relieve teething pain. And yet, I still use it.
If a white noise machine is kept at full volume in a room with a sleeping baby, it may harm the baby's hearing suggests a new study.
Dermatologists are reporting increasing numbers of skin problems linked to using disposable baby wipes.
Have you got a toddler who loves to wriggle out of their car seat straps? Check out this strapless seat.
A range of Tommee Tippee dummies have been voluntarily recalled in New Zealand.
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It's the kind of genius product that makes so much sense you wonder why no-one has thought of it before.
Every hour, on average, a child ends up in a US emergency room with an injury associated with a high chair.
An online petition is trying to force the recall of an 'apptivity' seat for babies.
How would you feel about parking your newborn in front of an iPad?
Angelcare Monitors is voluntarily recalling 600,000 baby monitors in the US and Canada after two babies died due to strangulation.
A seven-day-old baby has emerged almost unscathed after a truck sliced through her mother's car.
Jessica Alba's eco-friendly baby products company has secured another US$25m in funding.
Kiwi couple find super rare Lego figure, a toff in a top hat who's selling for ridiculous sums online.
A new onesie monitors your baby's sleep and feeds the information back to you via a smartphone app.
A stranger hacked into a baby monitor, yelling abuse at a two-year-old as she slept.
How many prams does it take to raise a child? For Josefa Pete it was many, many prams.
Kiwi mums who give birth on the same day as the Duchess of Cambridge will be given an album of lullabies by Hayley Westenra.
From Union Jack booties to Born to Rule sleepwear, the British royal family starts merchandising the royal heir.
Nap Nanny baby recliners have been recalled in the US following the deaths of five infants.
Child development experts have warned against the Your Baby Can Read! education program of video, flashcards and pop-up books.
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