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Dad hilariously re-creates daughter's sexy selfies

"You're so hot!"

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Google publishes patent for smart crib

Google wants to cram as many baby monitoring devices as possible into a single crib.

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The grossest health concerns of summer

You are not the only one who thrives in the summer and loves its warm, long days. Bacteria and other microbes that cause food poisoning, diarrhea and just general grossness also flourish, threatening to make it a season to be sick.

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WATCH singles out troublesome toys for summer

Safety advocates World Against Toys Causing Harm has released a list of 10 toy groups parents should be aware of for the summer season.

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Red Cross apologizes for 'racist' safety poster

The Red Cross is apologizing after a poster depicting pool safety rules was circulated on Twitter and flamed for being "super racist."

The poster, which shows a crowd of cartoon children committing an array of poolside do's and dont's, was spotted at...

Chauncy Black

Fateful encounter turns teen's life around

Sixteen-year-old Chauncy Black had no idea that offering to carry a man's groceries in exchange for doughnuts would lead to thousands of dollars in donations for his family.

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Can a baby's motor skills predict future success?

The moment when a baby crawls or walks for the first time is something most of us document in our family scrapbooks for sentimental reasons, but a new study suggests that the milestone could provide valuable foresight.

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The best and worst states to raise children in

Minnesota reigns as the most kid-friendly state to raise a family for the second year in a row, according to an Annie E. Casey Foundation study released Tuesday.

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Are kids getting more concussions than we realize?

Every year, almost half a million (PDF) children across the United States visit emergency rooms for concussions. But recent studies find that number may undercount just how many kids really have concussions.

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Dad gets scar tattoo to support son fighting cancer

Josh Marshall's tattoo is definitely cooler than yours. The Kansas man noticed his young son, who's battling brain cancer, was self-conscious about the scar left behind on his head after a surgery.

Balancing the things you have and want to do over the holidays is no easy task.

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