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Fathers who regularly read, play and draw with their young children give them an educational advantage, according to new research.
Unintentional medication errors involving ADHD drugs jumped significantly over the past two decades, and most of the errors involved children 6 to 12 years old, according to the research.
A new policy report from the American Academy of Pediatrics urges physicians and parents not to use low-carb diet for kids with diabetes or at risk for the disease.
New research shows where you live impacts your child’s risk of colds, coughs and other respiratory infections.
A new study finds more girls under the age of 8 started puberty during the COVID-19 pandemic… and increased screen time, increased body weight and less exercise may have driven the early changes.
Children with croup who spent 30 minutes outside in the cold air saw significant improvements in their symptoms, according to researchers.
More than 16% of kids still suffer COVID symptoms months after testing positive for the virus --- and their list of symptoms is long, researchers say.
Suffering a concussion does not appear to lower intelligence or IQ scores in children. Researchers say this new finding should help ease the concerns of millions of parents.
A new study finds college students are much happier and less lonely, anxious, and depressed when they limit their time on social media.
Children and adolescents who volunteer are more likely to be in excellent health and less likely to have behavioral problems, researchers say.
Talking to young children helps shape the brain in a way that promotes better language skills, according to new research.
After 12 months of treatment with a novel skin patch, the majority of toddlers with peanut allergy were successfully desensitized, according to researchers.
50% of parents in a new poll say their children’s mental health suffered over the past year because of their social media use.
A new study finds while one CT scan appears safe, having repeated scans may increase the risk of certain cancers in children under the age of 18.
Researchers say starting intervention as early as 18 months improves language, social communication, and daily living skills in kids on the autism spectrum.
School districts that replace older diesel buses with cleaner vehicles see bump in school attendance, researchers discover.
Young kids who experience harsh physical or psychological treatment at home are significantly more likely to develop symptoms that put them at high-risk for mental health problems, researchers say.
Children exposed to indoor cats and dogs in early infancy are less likely to develop certain food allergies, researchers say.
Ollie and Yoni are the only two in the world known to have an extremely rare genetic mutation called PSMC5. Their parents are on a mission to beat PSMC5 and other rare genetic disorders.
Bed rest and a break from school are typically prescribed for kids who suffer concussions. But that may not be the best road to recovery, according to a new study.
Aerobic exercise can help ease symptoms of depression in children and adolescents, according to researchers.
1 in 4 children with type 2 diabetes does not have obesity, researchers say. So what possible other factors are driving an increase in diagnoses?
The majority of adolescents have been exposed to pornography and many have felt pressured to send sexts, researchers say.
Children who don’t get enough sleep eat more sweet treats and fewer healthy foods, researchers say.
Video gaming may trigger life-threatening heart rhythm problems in susceptible children, researchers say.
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