Pennsylvania now has renewed its bill, but many state children stand to lose their health coverage by the end of January if Congress doesn't act.
While we may want to retreat inside, colder weather can be some of the best times for children to enjoy the beauty of nature and become citizen scientists!
For black teens from low income communities, depression may show itself as conflicts with other and physical discomfort.
While the flu shot is the first line of defense against the flu followed by protecting your cough and washing your hands with soap and water - here are additional precautions parents can take to keep their loved ones free from the flu.
Here's why your teens shouldn't skip breakfast.
Grassroots health program finds that peer education works to empower women to help other women and their babies.
Learn more about the Kaleidoscope Preschool Arts Enrichment Program at Settlement Music School.
This simple, creamy soup is comforting and delicious.
Here are the Free Library's picks for middle school and high school student as well as its 2018 One Book, One Philadelphia children's and middle grade featured selections
Pennsylvania families could get notified in a few weeks that their children will lose their health insurance by the end of January.
Every Christmas, I feel pressure to make the holiday memorable for my child. Yet, in the midst of "giving joy," taking care of everything and everyone leaves me weary.
'Wonder' tells the inspiring story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters fifth grade, attending a mainstream school for the first time. It's an opportunity for families to discuss how children can respond when they meet someone with facial differences.
A recent AAP policy statement about stigma experienced by kids and teens with obesity says that as early as preschool, young children attribute negative characteristics and stereotypes to peers with larger body size.