Baby-focused chiropractors use special techniques to realign babies' eyes and round out flat heads.
DNAinfo pored through eight years of birth data to find the patterns in New York moms' delivery dates.
The Cobble Hill children's center will soon leave their Smith Street studio.
DNAinfo New York looks at stroller and babywearing options for Upper West Side families.
Experts said Rosette Samuel could be the first mom in New York City to have killed her child with a gun.
Upper East Side parents are shunning American styles for more expensive European clothing.
Isabella and Jayden were the most popular baby names in 2011 for the third straight year.
Kidberry, at 2046 Seventh Ave., offers everything from hip-hop dance classes to a foreign language classes to prep toddlers for school.
A Battery Park City boot camp workout group targets new moms.
A dream led Elvin Freytes to try to build "MaJenDome," a movement of expectant dads reading to their unborn babies.
DNAinfo takes a look at some of the New York celebs whose personal lives made headlines this year.
The New York Public Interest Research Group released their 2010 list of unsafe toys on Tuesday.
The legislature also passed bills establishing domestic workers' rights and requirements for midwives.
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