Whether a child is struggling academically or facing a bullying situation, a school psychologist can be a helpful resource to help resolve the issue along with parents and teachers.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released an updated report on treating sports-related concussions this week.
Transitioning to college is a big adjustment for any incoming freshman and their parent. For young adults on the autism spectrum, this can raise a whole new world of concerns. Here's how you can prepare your child.
About 2,700 children die each year in the U.S. from firearms injuries. A new research paper from Stanford University Hospital finds that more stringent gun laws can help prevent injuries and deaths.
"It was almost a universal thing in Philadelphia. I feel bad for new people moving to Philadelphia who don't know a lot of these traditions."
Just-published data from a federal health survey give new meaning to "child's pose." More than 8 percent of youngsters, or 4.9 million of them, practiced yoga last year.
Up to 1.3 percent of adolescents and young adults identify themselves as transgender. A local pediatrician discusses why these teens experience high rates of depression, anxiety and other mental health issues.
The American Academy of Pediatrics strengthens its call to ban spanking in an updated policy statement released Monday.
Amy had never abandoned her hope for three; she was so ecstatic to see the positive pregnancy test that she immediately texted a photo to Jake while he was at work.
Review these tips to help to ensure a fun and safe night for your precious little ghosts and goblins.
On both of the 4-year-old's hands, there was a faint discoloration, a faint yellowness of each knuckle.
Fear when left unchecked has the potential to shrink our world, but appropriate response and facing a fear can expand our experiences and life.
Parents will attest that even the best planning can go awry, whether the fault of Mother Nature, an ill-fated character, an unruly guest, or so many other unknowns.