Never mind what they say in the tabloids. Not all new L.A. moms have a personal assistant to help them get ready for baby.
A Southland hospital is utilizing a new technology to help premature babies to survive and thrive outside their mother’s womb.
Womb transplants performed in Sweden are catching the attention of fertility specialists in Los Angeles.
Deborah Carlisle Solomon, author of “Baby Knows Best” and Executive Director of Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE), stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to offer tips to help parents feel calm and confident while raising their babies.
Parents at an Orange County hospital got the ultimate stocking stuffer this Christmas.
These Orange County photographers specialize in photographing children of all ages, and their unique perspectives and approaches provide several options for your family memorabilia.
A man who claims to be a nurse at a Los Angeles medical facility allegedly posted photos online of baby boys after they’ve been circumcised.
Residents are planning a protest Saturday against a neighborhood home where women from China stay and have babies.
Pregnancy Awareness Month® is celebrated nationally during the month of May, with a celebrity-studded kickoff event in Los Angeles. PAM was established in 2008 by author & lifestyle expert Anna Getty and producer & mompreneur […]
Operation Shower celebrates and honors military families by providing joyful baby showers for military moms-to-be. Last month included a very special day for 40 military families as the moms-to-be got to experience what many women […]
Liz and Michael Platt will be the first to tell you that being parents of 2-year-old twin boys can be a challenge. But they will also be the first tell you that it is the greatest joy of their life.
Ten years after L.A. County created the Safe Surrender program, which allows parents to leave unwanted newborns at designated sites, families gathered to celebrate the program’s success.
Jeremiah Eugene Scott, 24, could face life in prison if convicted on torture and child endangerment charges as well as one count of cultivating marijuana.
A grand jury report says Dr. Kermit Gosnell kept baby body parts in jars on shelves and killed live-born, late-term babies by severing their spinal cords with scissors.
Researchers say children born to parents living within 1,000 feet of a freeway are two times as likely to have autism.