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The prayers of the innocent

Photo of the Day: October 28, 2017

The habit that’s creating a generation of anxious kids

Science is finding increasingly stronger links between this technological advance and our mental health.

Epilepsy surgery shown to benefit affected children

77 percent showed a markedly positive response through the first year after surgery.

This abused dog was afraid of people … until baby Archie came along (PHOTOS)

Check out these adorable Instagram snaps for a glimpse at the two best buddies in action (and inaction).

Has Halloween horror morphed from innocent fun to a troubling symptom?

It's not the use of the supernatural that bothers me, it's the decorations.

Asthma attacks in babies: Do you know the signs? (VIDEO)

The mom of a 9-month old wanted to show how difficult it is to know when an infant is having trouble breathing ...

16 Inspiring saints’ names for your baby boy

Consider naming you son after one of these heroes, from Servants of God right up to full-fledged canonized saints.

Holy cuteness: 10 babies dressed as the pope for Halloween

These adorable pontiffs win Halloween, hands down.

Why nature should be your children’s playground

Even if you live in the city, here's how to make sure you're giving your kids the tools they need.

World responds to 7-year-old cancer patient’s Halloween wish

People from all over are taking part in "Brocktober."

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