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"I need you to love them enough to demand change so parents that look like me aren’t afraid our children aren’t going to make it home."
These moms and dads of the internet made us laugh out loud.
Congratulations to the new parents!
Danielle Geathers, MIT's student body president, and Chika Stacy Oriuwa, valedictorian at the University of Toronto medical school, are paving the way for Black women in higher education.
Kelly Fairhurst has a medical condition that occurs in less than 1% of women.
These online resources encourage kids to press play, then go play.
Young adults respond to risk and reward differently — here's how to talk to your teen about the importance of social distancing and wearing a mask.
"He's doing fine."
After she shared the happy news on Instagram, the “Avengers: Endgame” actor offered a surprising (and hilarious) reaction.
“When I say find sameness or common ground, I mean look at each other as human beings, right?" the actress said.
Babies don't need masks, but kids over 2 do to slow the spread of COVID-19.
With their due dates rapidly approaching, the Bella Twins will soon take their tag team act to the delivery room.
Mellencamp asked other parents who have been in her situation to reach out with "additional insight and support."
July Fourth is the deadliest day for ATV accidents, and July is the deadliest month, data shows.
Her mom knew just how to get her to stick with it. Five Olympic medals later, she's sharing her advice with NBC's free sports camp for kids.
"I love you more than literally anything else."
Iskra Lawrence was surprised by the "lovely relief" she felt after delivering the organ that provided nutrients and oxygen to her baby.
In this new series, TODAY National Investigative Correspondent Jeff Rossen – father of adventurous kids – will make your child the safest on the block.
The Kentucky congressman told his daughters in a eulogy that their mother is "happy in heaven" because of her love for them.
Parents and teachers have to make decisions, but have no answers: "It feels like an impossible choice."
Two years after their 19-month-old daughter drowned in a pool, the Millers share how they're teaching their infant twins to "self-rescue" in water.
What experts say you should know about this startling muscle spasm.