Rain Tuesday evening
Apr 20, 2014; 8:00 AM ET The parched Southwest remained dry last week, bad news for the ongoing drought. Meanwhile, flooding rain targeted the Southeast on Thursday night into Friday. Meteorologist Justin Povick looks back.
Young children who don't have a regular bedtime behave worse than kids who go to sleep at the same time each night, a new study suggests.
Birth rates across the Northern Hemisphere follow distinct seasonal patterns related to latitude — peaking in early spring at more northern latitudes, and in summer and autumn at lower latitudes, according to a new study.
Catholic schools don't provide a better education than public schools, at least when it comes to basics like math and reading, new research suggests.
A new law signed by President Barack Obama on Nov. 13 last year provides states with financial incentives to pass laws that allow schools to stock epinephrine, and to treat children who do not have a prescription for the drug.
Most kindergarteners are up-to-date with their vaccines, but data from the state level might mask clusters of unvaccinated children, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Kids who frequently change schools are more likely to hear voices, have delusions and experience other symptoms linked with psychosis in adolescence, new research suggests.