Public health officials say the United States is experiencing a resurgence of measles because some parents are opting out of the recommended vaccines for their kids.
When parents are scrambling to feed hungry toddlers, the lure of convenient, pre-packaged food is strong. Unfortunately, new research finds that many foods marketed to the 1- to 3-year-old set are high in salt and added sugar.
School hallways may not be the best place to ride out tornadoes, despite a long-standing tradition of ducking and covering along corridors.
The number of cases of children ingesting magnets has tripled, resulting in serious injuries that require surgery, according to a new study.
In a new recommendation this flu season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that the nasal spray form of the flu vaccine is the preferred way to vaccinate kids ages 2 to 8.
Torrential downpours spurred by the El Niño cycle can stunt children's growth, researchers have found.
Spend some quality time with your kids making these good-for-you desserts.
When a child announces that he or she hates school, it’s often because of a problem that has nothing to do with school work. Parenting expert and author Ann Pleshette Murphy has excellent advice for parents who need to know how to respond to a child who hates school.