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Parenting Pitfalls: Renegades, Privilege And Putting On The Boxing Gloves

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Ship That Breast Milk For You? Companies Add Parent-Friendly Perks

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When Maddy Became Jake: A Father And Son's Enduring Love

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Does Swaddling A Baby Really Boost Risk Of SIDS?

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One of a multitude of uses for the magical multitasker: blue painter's tape. Craighton Berman/Workman Publishing hide caption

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The Art Of MacGyvering For Sleep-Deprived Moms And Dads

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We're Having a Baby!? How To Feel The Joy, Without The Financial Fears

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Kids' Grades Can Suffer When Mom Or Dad Is Depressed

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To Rebuild 'The Collapse Of Parenting,' It's Going To Be A Challenge

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Cessation of breathing is a rare, but serious risk for some children who take cough syrup or painkillers that contain codeine, research shows. Advisers to the FDA say no one under 18 should take the drug. iStockphoto hide caption

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Limits Urged On The Use Of Codeine To Stop Kids' Coughs And Pain

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