A baby recently born in New Zealand weighed in at a whopping 13 lbs, twice as much as your average baby.
One father's goodbye routine with his sick daughter is going viral.
In honor of National Nurse's Week, I tracked down one of my favorite viral social media posts. Shelby Skiles wrote an open letter to peds nurses - and nurse techs - and the love is real! Since peds nu...
Kegann Gideon and Josh Kennedy are being honored as “Champions of Character” for their impromptu decision that saved a baby’s life.
Two-year-old Harper Comparin, with spina bifida, is busy moving to Baby Shark while undergoing pediatric rehabilitation at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Woman creates an app to help single parents find other single parents in their area.
A woman goes into labor on the highway and they find state troopers to help deliver the baby!
A mom is feeling incredibly thankful after passengers and crew on her flight rallied together to save her baby.
What do you do when you come up against a disease you've never seen? Fly the patient to another hospital via private jet, of course.
One new mother was in for a surprise when her six-month-old started walking.
A woman had no idea that she was pregnant and she had a negative pregnancy test the day her daughter was born.
LEGO is about to launch a Braille LEGO that can help visually impaired children how to read and do simple math.
Firefighter couple using a firetruck to help reveal the gender of their baby.
Flying with a baby can be a challenge for you and often for others. Babies tend to grow restless, especially on planes since they’re unable to clear their ears as cabin pressure changes with altitude....
For infants diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency or SCID-X1, it is currently treated with bone marrow transplants. These transplants are conducted du...
A photograph believed that girls shouldn't have to choose between being a princess and being an athlete. They can be both!
University of Texas professor held a student's sick baby so she could take a test.