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Her experience drives home the important lesson that you are your own best health-care advocate.

How an algorithm is saving the lives of children

Artificial intelligence has its risks, but a new algorithm developed in Pittsburgh is improving a child welfare agency's accuracy.

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Check out the tiny house that Luke Thill of Iowa built in his own backyard.

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The earlier you start, the better — but you must do it gently and gradually.

What dying children say gives their life the most meaning

It's not social media or watching more TV...

Photographer captures stunning portraits of children with Down syndrome (PHOTOS)

Photographer Rivka Singer started her project ‘Looking Eyes’ to honor children who are frequently overlooked or misunderstood.

This baby lived for only 45 minutes, but it was a lesson of love

Every life, no matter how short, has dignity.

The bishop who turned his town into the most active foster care community in the US

"God commands us to take care of the orphans" says Baptist Bishop W.C. Martin, and local parishes responded.

Why you should encourage your sons to play with dolls

A wide variety of play is vital to both boys' and girls' emotional development.

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