Every milestone, no matter how small, is thrilling when you become a parent. Not only are these moments memorable and exciting, but they are also important indicators of your baby's development. Parents can follow these simple tips to support their baby's cognitive and physical development during their first year.

Rising gas prices are driving up the cost of nearly everything it seems, from groceries to medical supplies. But there is some good news for consumers. Some in the medical supply industry aren’t passing escalating gas costs on to consumers just yet.

With so much going on this season, the one thing you shouldn’t have to worry about is your guest room. You want to feel confident that your company will have a comfortable and pleasant stay at your house.

Heating your home with a wood stove this winter? Now is a good time to ensure your wood stove will generate as much heat as possible while protecting your family’s health.

Diabetes is a well-known disease, affecting over 8 percent of the U.S. population. However, many adults are living with type 2 diabetes and are not aware they have the disease, according to the American Diabetes Association. Because of this, frequently a diagnosis isn’t made until a serious complication – such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye damage or nerve damage – has occurred. Educating adults about type 2 diabetes and getting them to check their risk is vital. One way to do this is through community events.

What’s the largest and safest mass transit system in the United States? Parents everywhere will be happy to know it’s those yellow buses that take America’s children to and from school every day.

Flu season is a time of year that many parents dread. It can be inconvenient and costly to take time off of work to care for a sick child and maintain a germ-free home during flu outbreaks in your community. But what many parents also don't realize is that the flu can be more than just a temporary nuisance; it is much more serious than the common cold, and can even cause death in some children. That is why getting a flu shot every flu season is so important, especially for children who attend child care.