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, blood pressure, and sleep disturbances.
As school shootings seem to be increasing in frequency, conversations with our children become more necessary.
Just as behavior plans can promote good behavioral skills, healthy food can promote healthy cognitive skills.
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!
Might Kelces speech resonate with that child who has anxiety or the one who is smaller, slower, or not the best at academics?
Take a step back from your peanut butter and jelly sandwich rut and explore the non-traditional options that your kids will love.
Online dating has become a fertile ground for cons who use romances to scam the vulnerable.
Low-income minority children who received comprehensive school and family services from preschool through third grade were associated with a 48 percent higher rate of completing an associate's degree or higher compared to those who did not participate in the entire program, a new study finds.
The young ADHD substance users also showed higher rates of cigarette and marijuana smoking, study found.