dr. cara natterson
The arteries of many obese children and teenagers are as thick and stiff as those of 45-year-olds, a sign that such children could have severe cardiovascular disease at a much younger age than their parents unless their condition is reversed, researchers said Tuesday.
Besides being the spookiest night of the year, Halloween can also be the most dangerous night of the year for kids. The "Today" show asked momlogic's Dr. Cara Natterson to weigh in on what's dangerous or safe this Halloween.
Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Garner, Amy Poehler ... just a few of the celebs that filmed through their pregnancy. But are they putting their unborn baby in harm's way?
Most parents worry whether it's time to make that late night call ... or not. Dr. Cara Natterson has your guide to determining whether to pick up the phone after hours.
Lately, we've been hearing a lot about the benefits of probiotics. Well, what exactly are they -- and how are they going to help me and my kids?