dr. cara natterson
This 11-year-old girl thought she was getting a temporary tattoo at her local mall. What she was left with were painful and permanent scars. Dr. Cara Natterson tells us if henna tattoos are safe for our kids.
The estrogen-mimicking chemical bisphenol A is widely found in baby food sold in glass jars in Canada, according to a survey by Health Canada. Pediatrician Dr. Cara Natterson tells us if we should worry.
One mom ranted, "Vaccinate Your Kids, You Idiots!" Ouch. Harsh words, but definitely a hot-button issue amongst the moms.
There is a long history of women breastfeeding other women's children
(as in the wet nurse), and this practice still goes on in many parts of
the world -- including pockets of the U.S.
This week, a study came out that scared us big-time ... it suggests that children and teens who take stimulants like Ritalin for ADHD have an increased risk for sudden cardiac death. Our pediatrician weighs in.
Hannah is a 10-year-old girl who's been diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer. Now her mother talks to momlogic about her daughter's struggle, strength, and hope for the future.
2-year-old Elaina Redding bled to death three weeks after swallowing a button-sized battery. Now her mom wants to warn other parents about this hidden danger.