Finding the right doctor is especially important for children with special needs, who often require more frequent doctor visits and a higher level of medical attention.
A conscientious mom thought she was doing all the right things for her baby. Then she looked more closely at food the labels. Researchers are finding too much sugar even in breast milk.
The FDA is requiring makers of prescription versions codeine and tramadol to change the products' labels to warn against giving them to children under age 12.
Try this new take on carrots with dip! Roasting vegetables can bring out their sweet flavor and adding the tahini sauce makes this a sweet and savory dish.
Community Behavioral Health, a non-profit contracted by the City of Philadelphia, provides mental health resources for Philadelphia’s Medicaid recipients, supports three Autism Centers for Excellence.
The recent study found that during a four year span between 2011 and 2014, more than 70,000 hand sanitizer exposures in children under the age of 12 were reported to poison centers nationwide.
Here are spring book recommendations for kids in preschool, grade school, and high school.
There are the health risks when kids consume too much sodium. Here are tips for keeping their sodium intake low.
Here are some tips that can help everyone's morning go more smoothly.
If swallowed, it can expand inside a child's body and cause intestinal obstructions, resulting in severe discomfort, vomiting, dehydration and could be life threatening.
Try these fun fruit-infused water combinations to get kids excited about drinking more water!
This modified food truck carries everything needed for pop-up cooking demonstrations in settings like a parking lot, along the curb of a school, and even in the middle of a park.
A New Hampshire mother was recently arrested after leaving her 2-year old son in the car with the motor running for 30 minutes. A return had taken longer than expected.
Should teens who are morbidly obese consider bariatric surgery?
Famous role models who reach the top of their fields aren't the only ones who succeed despite the odds. A Philly pediatrician sees kids every day who can make it, too.