Even though exposure to secondhand smoke in cars has decreased, researchers rom New Zealand found that 21 percent of young children are still being exposed.
Researcher reported that the number of prescription drugs for children with mental illnesses has declined over the past few years.
The Badger brand of sunscreens for babies and children has recalled nearly 30,000 tubes due to contamination.
Having children may help lower mortality risk in people with type 1 diabetes, according to a new study. Researchers said these findings are especially true for women.
Underage students who smoke or drink may be getting their cigarettes and alcohol from friends or family members, a new survey suggests.
Researchers found that in mouse models, caffeine could slow down brain development when consumed before puberty.
Playing with blocks may help improve spatial and math skills in preschoolers, a new study suggests.
Midday naps may boost learning in preschool children, a new study suggests.
Preschool children are quick to conform to ritualistic behavior, a new study finds.
Women who use IVF and who have cesareans before going in to labor are significantly less likely to breastfeed their children, according to a new study.
Researchers suggested that better screening tools need to be created so that children with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome are not misdiagnosed with autism.
Researcher reported that using cash incentives to motive children to do homework does not increase academic performance.
Researchers found that for children and young adults, racist experiences can negatively affect mental health.
Researchers calculated that children's food allergies cost the U.S. nearly $25 billion per year.
Researchers found that children under five-years-old might not be getting enough polyunsaturated fatty acids.