Britt Wray and her seven-month-old son, Atlas. (Portraits by Jake Stangel)

Is it ethical to have kids in the climate crisis?

Researcher Britt Wray grapples with bringing new life into a dying world

These hyper-realistic baby dolls may unsettle some, but they’re a comfort to many

The growing ‘reborn’ movement includes collectors, hospitals, grieving parents—and the lonely

The problem with the badass-working-parent meme

Viral photos of politicians and CEOs working with their babies on their laps are meant to inspire. In reality, they’re absurd and unhelpful for real working parents.

The no-baby boom

Social infertility, baby regret and what it means that shocking numbers of women aren’t having children
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Dear professors: don’t bring your kids to work

Prof. Pettigrew on the breastfeeding in class debate
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BabyDoze: This app’s a sleeper

This smartphone app plays the sounds from a real woman’s womb
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Midwives: Why aren’t we paying them more?

You’d never know how popular they are from their salaries
I’m weddy for my close-up, people

Babies are taking over television

As actors, they’re notoriously obstreperous, but babies are television’s hottest stars
Do it for your country

Do it for your country

In order to boost Russia’s population, Vladimir Putin is putting big money behind baby-making