Fears from the summer appear to have been overblown.
We need to know the facts about kids and COVID-19. Now.
We need less extreme and more nuanced recommendations for navigating life during the pandemic.
Researchers crunched longitudinal data to provide a simple predictive equation, and a chart.
A doctor and an economist note that doctors are generally paid quite a bit more for a C-section than for a vaginal birth.
An unusually good study examines how marijuana use in pregnancy may affect birth outcomes.
New parents are given a lot of rules to follow, but little guidance for how to choose among them when constrained.
If mothers and fathers speak openly about child-care obligations, their colleagues will adapt.
How it became clear that I needed to sort through the valuable, and useless, information — on alcohol, prenatal testing, deli meats — for myself.