New research shows that giving babies high risk allergy foods and a young age may help curb allergic reactions later in life.
According to a new study, a healthy diet in the first 3 years of school is linked to enhanced reading skills in children.
Language barriers and confusing units of measurement often lead to parents giving their kids too much liquid medicine, but a simple syringe might fix that.
A survey released by UCLA found that when dealing with children’s concussions, most parents are doing more harm than good by following outdated advice.
A new study involving mice suggests that the impact of antibiotics on gut bacteria may make people more susceptible to Type 1 diabetes.
A new study suggests that where you were born, and what season you were born in, may affect your risk for celiac disease.
Things are progressing quickly in Pennsylvania since medical marijuana was legalized there in April, giving children some access.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has published a study showing that an overwhelming number of children are sleeping in an unsafe environment.
McDonald’s made a move to include fitness trackers in Happy Meals to boost its public image and help kids, but the idea backfired.
A study reports that 17,000 children are sent to the ER each year after suffering from a stroller- or carrier-related injury. That’s 2 kids every hour.
With the threat of the Zika virus looming, scientists have taken to studying the human placenta with a National Institutes of Health $50 million Human Placenta Project.
A new report shows that many children lack ideal cardiovascular health, due to poor diet and a lack of physical activity, leading to health problems later.
Taking into account cost of birth, prevalence of childcare, and infant mortality rate, a study reveals the best and worst states to have a baby.
A small but increasing number of young children are being exposed to marijuana edibles in Colorado, and winding up in the hospital.
Construction worker Jason Haney created a giant Waldo to hide near a children’s hospital so that sick kids can play Where’s Waldo every morning.
Since Pokemon Go released this month, it has had some surprising impacts, including offering benefits for players who suffer from mental health conditions.
A gene which may be related to Alzheimer’s disease can show itself as early as preschool, according to a new study published in the journal Neurology.