From when to take your tot to the dentist for the first time, through to the importance of baby teeth, let's separate fact from fiction and bust some baby teeth myths once and for all.
What's a normal temperature? How can you make your baby more comfortable? When should you see a doctor?
Rubella has been all but wiped out across the nation following decades of dedicated vaccination of infants.
Researchers find startlingly higher rates of mental health issues in children who experienced severe behavioural problems as infants.
While some might see it as overprotective, warding off would-be cuddlers may save small lives.
We take a closer look at how to identify and treat this serious medical condition.
A social media campaign is urging parents of newborns to get tough when it comes to visitors.
Supervised, awake tummy time is recommended to facilitate a baby's development and minimise flat head syndrome.
Researchers suggest baby games we've played for generations could be key to spotting signs of autism early.
No one tells you how gummy the electrodes are on a heart monitor. It's the kind of detail that gets lost when you consider why the monitor is needed in the first place. But they are sticky and strong as leeches, and while they are meant for good, they do not give up easily. I watched my son squirm, a 10-week-old kid who'd never been outside his hospital room, and tried to be both swift and gentle when removing them.
Tacky, cruel or totally fine - everyone has an opinion.
Penises are shrinking, and birth defects of the penis are rising, two Melbourne scientists claim.
Supporters say the scheme will save lives.