A new study questioned the importance of breastfeeding in boosting children's development.
The American Academy of Pediatricians' new policy statement encourages pregnant women, infants and young children to avoid consuming raw milk and raw milk products.
Raw milk intake infects one in every six people with bacterial or parasite infections, a new study finds.
A new study found that organic milk has more healthy fatty aids than conventional milk.
Scientists used human bacteria to create cheese.
Researchers reported that breastfeeding transfers iodine to infants.
Researchers calculated that children's food allergies cost the U.S. nearly $25 billion per year.
Mothers who drink milk during pregnancy are more likely to give birth to taller children, according to new research.
Researchers found that infants fed DHA-enriched formula performed better on intelligence tests by the age of three.
Researchers found that if people drank milk after eating dry cereal, their dental plaque pH levels rose from being acidic to normal.
More moms are breastfeeding than ever before, a report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The House of Representative passed a bill that will encourage schools to carry anti-allergy drug, epinephrine.
Researchers identified the leading cause of choking in children between zero and 14 is food.
A Harvard Professor of Pediatrics, David Ludwig, MD published a report discouraging children from drinking reduced-fat milk because this product contains a lot of sugar. He recommends children get their calcium from vegetables and nuts.
The CDC reported that new mothers tend to give solid foods to their babies before the recommended age of 6 months.