Kids who eat with their family are less likely to be victims of cyberbullying, according to a new study.
Technology eludes everyone, including children of age as early as five and six years. Spending more time in front of the screen is intimidating but as a side effect they also increase chances of developing vision problems.
A new study found that only around one in four children watched the recommended amount of TV per day.
Kids and young adults who start with high doses of antidepressant are at high risk, especially in the first three months of treatment, according to a recent study.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued an updated policy statement making recommendations and highlighting gaps in knowledge about the treatment of children in urgent care centers.
Children who encounter high levels of vehicle exhaust have a greater risk of developing childhood leukemia, according to a recent report by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Exposure to perfluorinated chemicals increased overweight children's risk of metabolic changes, a new study reported.
A recent study found that childcare centers do not let kids serve themselves despite the guidelines set by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
In a new study, researchers reported that children who are teased during PE are less likely to exercise a year alter.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) continues to affect more and more U.S. children, a new study finds.
Modern kids are not as fit as their parents were, according to a recent analysis. The study which was performed on millions of children around the globe proved that children were not as fast runners as their parents.
Researchers identified 2,500 new antibiotic resistance genes.
Schools play a crucial role in kids’ health. When schools adopt healthful nutrition policies and practices, kids' diets improved, a new study suggests.
The CDC reports that the warning labels on children's cough and cold medications helped reduce the number of emergency department visits in toddlers under three.
There is an association between autism spectrum disorders and weight gained during pregnancy, a new study has found.