A new study tackled the effects of parents' childhood on their kids. Researchers say people with traumatic and stressful experiences in their childhood are more likely to have children with behavioral and mental problems.
Skye Savren-McCormick, 3, brought wedding guests to tears when her bone marrow donor Hayden Hatfield Ryals tied the knot in early June. The two ladies, who only met a few days prior the nuptials, share a special bond.
The Medical Board of California slaps Dr. Bob Sears with a 35-month probation after the pediatrician wrongly wrote a vaccination exemption for a 2-year-old patient. The doctor denies any wrongdoing.
Sugar rush is very real and very, very concerning. A new study reveals that young children are eating enough added sugar to exceed the maximum recommended consumption levels for adults.
Keeping your child sequestered away in a super clean home may do more harm than good. New research shows that not priming the immune system in early childhood may lead to its malfunction and the development of childhood leukemia.
New research shows that children who are exposed to tobacco smoke at home at early stages of their childhood are highly likely to adopt antisocial behavior toward others, engage in proactive and reactive aggression, have conduct problems at school, and drop out at age 12.
A new study revealed that the use of codeine, which has been prescribed to pediatric patients as an analgesic and antitussive agent, could potentially result to life-threatening respiratory complications in children.
A new study revelaed that playing video games for about one hour every week could provide health benefits for children, but excessive playing could lead to conduct-related problems.
Many chemicals found in our households were never adequately tested for safety. Children who are exposed to these chemicals, such as air pollutants, plasticizers and lead, are at a risk of impaired brain development.
Children exposed to animals at a young age are 15 percent less likely to develop asthma later in life.
A recent study is shedding light on the reason nearsightedness has become so widespread among young adults. Hint: It has to do with modern living.
Maternal obesity may harm babies' immune system at the time of their birth, according to a new study.
Researchers have made what they are calling a "groundbreaking" discovery concerning cerebral malaria - one of the most deadly forms of the mosquito-borne disease - in children. Now they hope that these revelations can pave the way for new treatment options that can save many young lives.
Concerned parents might shy away from this at first, but researchers are now saying that if parents want to ensure that their child does not develop a peanut allergy, they should be feeding him or her products containing the infamous nuts from a very young age.