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Live Stream Baby Beluga, Big Belugas & More From the Comfort of Your Couch

Start watching on July 15 and see if you can help ID whales!

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The System Is Failing Our Autistic Adults

“For families like mine, who support a loved one with autism, our daily fight advocating for services, resources and equality lasts for the entirety of our child’s life and likely beyond my own lifetime.”

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What Happens When You Don’t Think About Kids Like My Daughter

“There wasn’t a handicapped-accessible spot anywhere. When I called the provider to alert them the building had no access, she came down said, ‘I wasn’t thinking about your daughter.'”

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Why People Born in November Are the Happiest (According to Studies)

November babies are a rare breed indeed. Find out what unique qualities your kiddo might have if she was born in the 11th month.

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Ford Recalls Additional Vehicles Due to Faulty Door Latches

Ford will replace defective latches free of charge.

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This Boy Scout Is Using a 3D Printer to Help Healthcare Workers

The 12-year-old is helping hundreds of local Canadian healthcare workers.

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Study Says Ratio of Boys vs. Girls Merely Based on Chance Not Genetics

Having multiple children of the same sex does not run in families.

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Study Shows How You Treat Your Partner Will Affect Your Child’s Future

Parental relationships shape a child’s future marriage.

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Where Does Your State Rank on Christmas Cheer?

What level of ho-ho-holiday spirit do you and your neighbors have? Find out!

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Treating Ear Infections Just Got Easier with These New FDA-Approved Ear Tubes

Now your child can get tubes without having to go to the hospital.

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The History of Mother’s Day: What You Didn’t Know About the Holiday

Show mom how much you care by impressing her with these Mother’s Day fun facts … and flowers.

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The Important Reason Why Kids Need Trees & Green Spaces, According to Science

Outdoor play is so much more than just fun and fresh air.

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Here’s Why Homeschooling Actually Makes More Sense in the Digital Age

Two million kids are homeschooled in the United States—and here’s why that number is rising.

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This 5-Year-Old Is on a Mission to Help the Homeless

This pint-sized superhero is doing major good.

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Babies Who Grow Up in a Bilingual Home Stay Focused More Than Their Peers

Speaking multiple languages can have lasting benefits.

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Americans Are Having Way Fewer Babies, New CDC Report Says

Less of us are having babies, but it’s not all bad news.

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This Vaccine Could Eradicate Zika, Thanks to Promising New Research

The days of the Zika virus could be numbered—and that’s a good thing.

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The Top 5 States Where Babies Are Booming

Where are the most babies born in the United States?

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Which State Drinks the Most Pumpkin Spice Lattes? You’d Be Surprised

Getting your PSL fix here is practically a state past time.

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Only 2 U.S. Cities Protect Working Moms Who Breastfeed

Almost no major cities have laws to protect breastfeeding moms going back to work.

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How Parents Can Help Their Kids Cope with Depression

As most children might not have the necessary abilities to manage depression on their own, it is vital for their parents to play an active role.

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These 10 Cities Have the Best Public Parks in America, According to New Ranking

When you have kids, having a safe, quality public park close to home is a must.

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A Healthy Dad Makes a Healthy Baby, Says New Study

New research has found it’s not just wannabe moms who have to pay attention to their preconception health.

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The FDA Has an Important Warning for Parents During Cough & Cold Season

These new warnings follow an extensive FDA review of data.

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23 Quaint Towns Worth Traveling to This Winter

These tiny towns are filled with big adventures for families.

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This Startup Aims to Create a New Sugar Supplement – Inspired by Breast Milk

This could be a potential game changer for gut health in adults and babies.

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The Best Cities in America for a Day at the Park

These are the best cities to live in if you love going to the park.

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5 Endangered Species You’ve Never Heard of (and How to Help Them)

Today Is National Endangered Species Day and we’ve found ways that you can learn and help, whether you are three or 93!

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How My Son’s Undiagnosed Condition is Empowering Me

“Your son’s fevers are not compatible with life.”

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“Do you know how many minutes it would take for your son to bleed out on an operating table?”
“Your son is a rare bird.”
“Your son…

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Careful Now America…For They Are Watching You

Editor’s Note: The views expressed in this post are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Red Tricycle.

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I made myself a promise.

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I swore that I would…

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Moms Are More Tired, Stressed & Less Happy Than Dads, According to New Study

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Parenting requires a lot of hard work, whether you’re a mother or a father. However, a team of researchers from Cornell University, the University of Minnesota, and the Minnesota Population Center have found mothers…

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