Kids and germs seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. But, there are ways that parents can help protect their kids from the usual barrage of back-to-school illnesses, a health expert says.
Infant vaccinations are no fun. But anesthetic cream can take away some of the sting, new research suggests.
While quality time spent with kids is always important, new research suggests it's a man's attitude that's key to raising happy children.
For parents who are unsure when and how to introduce their babies to food containing peanuts, new guidelines are on the way.
It's not a lack of sleep that makes many teens cranky, ill-mannered and muddled during the day, a new study contends.
Children and teenagers are immersed in an environment saturated with electronic media, ranging from the TV on the wall to the tablet or smartphone in their hands.
The number of U.S. couples expecting twins or even triplets is on the rise, and these parents will have their hands full.
Young kids don't necessarily know they shouldn't approach a scared dog, which could put them in danger of being bitten, a new British study shows.
A strong and loving bond with parents may help protect kids' health for decades, a new study suggests.
It seems as if every kid in America is caught up in the Pokemon Go craze. But in the quest to "catch 'em all," don't leave common sense and safety behind, the American Academy of Pediatrics urges.
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