The mom of the kid I babysit reprimanded me for giving her daughter water instead of juice. WHAT?
Annie Levitz, a Chicago-area 16-year-old, has been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome. The reason? Too much texting. Pediatrician Dr. Alanna Levine explains the dangers.
Months ago, 7-year-old Hope Espinoza smiled ear to ear as she took the stage on the kid's beauty-pageant show, "Toddlers and Tiaras." Then she suffered a stroke -- and is now learning to walk again.
The ads for Camel No. 9 cigarettes -- which ran in magazines like Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Glamour -- were a hit with girls aged 12 to 16.
University of Michigan researchers examining almost 1,300 sixth graders who either brought lunch from home or bought lunch at school found that the kids who bought lunch were more likely to be obese than the kids who brown-bagged it.
Obesity, bullying and bad behavior are problems plaguing our nation's schools. Now one nonprofit says they've got a solution: Hire a coach for recess!
A new visual treatment is on the market, claiming to help children with special needs. But is it legit?