Just how warm should your baby be? Whether you're hanging around the house, out and about running errands or taking your baby out for a winter walk, dressing your baby for the colder months can be a challenge. It is typically recommended that you dress your infant in one or more layers than what feels [...]
As Tammy and her husband Jason prepared for the birth of their new baby, they knew a low intervention, natural birthing experience is what they wanted.
"Ooooooooooooh! Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!" It's our instinctive reaction when Fourth of July fireworks splash across the night-time sky with a dazzling array of colors. But, each year, the cries of thousands of people, including children and teenagers, turn to pain when they are seriously hurt using consumer fireworks. "Fireworks are beautiful to watch and a fun annual [...]
In commemoration of Father’s Day, we recently asked Care New England (CNE) employees about the amazing father figure in their lives.
However you choose to celebrate Father's Day this year, do your dad a favor by passing along these eight tips and resources to keep him healthy all year!
Last year in celebration of Father’s Day, we published a beautiful post from a dad to his newborn son, Lucas. Sixteen months later, Dad has penned another note to Lucas.
It’s officially the season for cookouts, camping, and beach trips, but did you know emergency room visits spike this time of year? Learn about some quick tips to keep you out of the ER this summer.
Learn how Katie, mother of two, navigates through the challenges of motherhood.
Meet Lilly Steiner, her parents, Greg, and Michelle, and her younger sister, Scarlett. Lilly is autistic and her parents share their journey in the hopes of shedding light on this developmental disability.
Viren D’Sa, MD chief of pediatrics at Memorial Hospital and director of the New England Pediatric Institute of Neurodevelopment gives the facts on common myths.