Team USA's Athlete's Plate is a simple approach to help understand how much to eat from the different food groups, depending on the intensity of training.
February is National Grapefruit Month, we're celebrating this zesty citrus fruit with a fun, homemade dessert recipe.
The number of babies in Pennsylvania born dependent on drugs their mothers used is high and growing - but no one knows the exact size of the problem. That matters when it comes to caring for these children through withdrawal and for years after.
It's time to talk to your teen about sexting if you haven't yet. Here's why.
Here's how one pediatrician handles this flu season, and tips for keeping yourself and those around you healthy.
Even when violence happens in another part of the country, children can be exposed to the event and its consequences immediately, intensely and repeatedly.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a new blood test this week which can help diagnose concussions and identify serious brain injuries.
The large amount of caffeine found in energy drinks can have a negative impact on kids and teens, including increased heart rate and blood pressure, and sleep disturbances.
As school shootings seem to be increasing in frequency, conversations with our children become more necessary.
These simple steps can help protect your child's teeth - and yours, too - all year around.
Here's what you should know if your child would like to participate in this spicy challenge.
Three teenagers face criminal charges after intentionally exposing a school classmate with a severe pineapple allergy to the fruit, authorities said last month. Some health providers fear food allergy bullying is on the rise.
With Valentine's Day coming up, get in the kitchen with your loved ones and try a new recipe with beets!