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Diaper banks have been struggling to keep up with demand
Diaper banks provide free diapers and often other infant supplies to parents who need them. This year, they're busier than ever.
Reducing the climate impact of dirty diapers
U.K.-based company The Nappy Gurus is encouraging parents to use cloth diapers rather than disposable ones to reduce their environmental impact.
The latest smart product: the baby diaper
With a declining birthrate in the U.S., diaper brands hope new tech can bring in more profits.
Why 1 in 3 families has trouble affording diapers
Diapers are higher tech than ever before, but many families cant afford them.
Workers let go as diaper sales and profits take a dive
Diaper and baby product makers are facing declining sales, but more babies are due as the birthrate slowly starts going up after a decade. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
No, you don't have to start hoarding diapers
An explosion at a Japanese factory shut down production of an absorbency chemical used in disposable diapers. But for now, at least, it looks like the global diaper market can absorb the disruption.
Bracing for baby
Kids are expensive! Author Carmen Wong Ulrich discusses the serious financial decisions to-be parents should be thinking about.