Here are ways you can help your daughter build confidence to thrive in today's world.
Accidental exposure to poisoning can involve a vast array of substances and can range from mildly toxic to life-threatening. Learn more during National Poison Prevention Week.
Can your child identify a cardinal? A holly tree? If not, "nature-deficit disorder" might be the diagnosis. It's not life-threatening, by any means. But it can be quality-of-life threatening.
Your child's social skills may be suffering from too much screen time. Read more about the signs.
America's opiate epidemic is affecting children at rapidly increasing levels from newborn exposure to opioids in utero to teens experimenting with opioid medications found in the home.
The sleek digital-like design and tiny pods filled with flavored nicotine juice have caught on fast with underage teens, who can easily hide the tiny vapor puffs in their sleeves and charge the device on school laptops.
Try this recipe for a delicious twist on brownies!
A group of researchers recently suggested the range should be extended. But that idea could have some unintended consequences.
Telling a teen to diet can cause damage for generations, a new study has found.
Whatever the cause of institutional inaction related to claims of sexual abuse of kids or teens, the fact remains that parents have a critical role to play in holding institutions accountable, and here are some ways to do that.
Hospitalizations from opioids are up, including for very young children who are believed to be getting into their parents' treatment medication.
Sometimes parents have concerns about steroid medications because they're used long term in children or adults for more severe diseases, but it's a much safer situation when they're taken in the short term.
Learn more about how the tonsils can help our immune systems and what to do if they're causing your teen problems.