Drinking one 6 ounce serving of 100 fruit juice daily may cause a small amount of weight gain in younger children, a new study finds.
Here's the latest advice on caring for your ears.
On March 1, sleep experts will be available to answer your questions on the Pediatric Sleep Council’s Facebook page.
Even under ‘normal’ winter conditions, mid-February is an ideal time to begin pre-treating the symptoms of springtime allergies.
A recent study reminds all of us about the deadly role of alcohol for our youth. Alcohol is involved in one in five crash fatalities among young people under the age of 21 in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
An overall increase in rates of asthma and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder affected the poorest families the most, found a new study.
Do you know how much your child should be eating? Here's a guide that can help.
With the varieties of cough, it is often important to identity what type of cough to decide if treatment is needed. Here's a guide that can help.
Teens can grieve in unpredictable ways when a friend dies. Here's how you can support them through this difficult time.
When the New Year hits, many of us create resolutions to help ourselves improve our lives. Most of us tend to set goals to try new things, eat healthier...
Consider having a device free period during the holidays this year.
The holidays are a time of year when children with allergies are at increased risk for significant accidental exposures. Here are some tips to keep them safe.
We all know about the dangers of smoking, what else can we tells our teens about to help them quit?
Here's why you should avoid cold medicines and tips to soothe your child during a cold.
There’s a long list of bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites that can be transmitted from animals to humans. Here are tips to prevent getting sick from your pet.