dr. cara natterson
While it may be fun to watch your little guy suit up for peewee football, one brain specialist has serious concerns about your kid's safety on the gridiron.
Energy drinks have never been more popular ... especially with tweens and teens. But having too much caffeine can be so serious that it requires a call to a poison-control line or a trip to the emergency room, especially for people younger than the age of 19.
I gave my daughter Children's Tylenol last night and discovered it had expired in February 2009. How bad is this?
The Environmental Health Sciences organization said that U.S. children could be at risk by consuming certain vinegars containing lead. Great -- is vinegar bad for kids now, too? Dr. Cara Natterson gives us the bottom line.
Once and for all: is juice good for our kids or not? Pediatrician Dr. Cara Natterson sets the record straight.
An 18-month-old girl has her 3-year-old sister to thank after surviving swallowing a toxic lithium battery. Our pediatrician explains the dangers.