Plus, they support limits for older kids and doing away with sippy cups for toddlers
Most agree those with diarrhea should stay home, but about half would send a child who had thrown up
Know how to reduce the risk of getting hurt so you'll be able to help your team compete
Findings boost 'hygiene hypothesis,' study authors suggest
New research suggests that a blood test may one day be able to tell expectant mothers the gender of their baby as early as the first trimester.
Teens are more likely to be obese if they had a poor emotional relationship with their mother when they were toddlers, according to a new study.
If held too close to the ear, these toys might cause permanent damage, researchers say
These are gifts that offer open-ended chances for children to explore, imagine and play
At 18, the estimate is 25 percent; pediatricians can help keep kids out of trouble, researchers say
Mothers spend many waking hours doing at least two things at once, study finds
Babies slept more soundly when they had their shots after 1:30 p.m., researchers say
Larger head circumference not seen in early onset autism or in girls, study says
Study finds most pediatricians may consider 'alternative schedules,' but within limits