The "X-plan" is a way parents can help their teen get out of an uncomfortable situation.
The “salt and ice challenge” can result in skin damage similar to frost bite and leave permanent scars.
A new study found teens who participate the “choking game” alone are at higher risk of suicidal thoughts than teens who participate in a group setting.
Here are tips to help your kids use their audio devices safety to prevent hearing loss.
Learn more about Penn State's THON efforts which raise funds for those fighting pediatric cancer and research.
The Healthy Kids Fest on September 18th will be an exciting day of fun, facts, and fitness at the Please Touch Museum.
Here are some talking points when discussing with to kids Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
If you're dreading the "Trump talk" with your child, here are some tips to approach this conversation or answer questions as they come up.
A new study finds street lighting, parks, public transportation, and maintained vacant lots were associated with a lower chance of homicide among those from the ages of 13 to 20 in Philadelphia.
A pediatric occupational therapist recently called for a ban in the usage of all handheld devices for children under the age of 12 years. A few Healthy Kids experts weigh in on this idea.
This lighter homemade cheese sauce sneaks in pureed butternut squash, which you can't taste.
Before they go trick or treating, here are some fun ideas for healthier Halloween themed treats that kids can make.
Earlier this month, the Alliance for a Healthier Generation recognized the school’s efforts with a National Healthy Schools Bronze Award.
A new review article found an association between children’s exposure to residential indoor insecticides was linked to an increased risk of childhood cancers, including leukemia and lymphoma. However, childhood cancers are rare.
With school right around the corner, we asked our Healthy Kids bloggers to give us their best back-to-school tips.