Navigation Link
622 articles available (Viewing 1 - 15)  

Infant Deaths Spark Baby Loungers Recall - 2021-09-24
"The death of eight babies has prompted the Boppy Company and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to recall more than 3 million baby loungers, they announced Thursday." More

New Tricks to Turn Your Fussy Eater Around - 2021-09-24
"If your children are picky eaters, bribing or pressuring them will probably backfire. But there are other steps you can take to help them get over their fussiness, researchers report." More

Weight Loss in Childhood May Protect Boys Against Future Infertility - 2021-09-24
"Obese boys who lose weight may avoid fertility problems in adulthood, a preliminary study suggests." More

Obesity a Threat to Adults With Autism, But There May Be Help - 2021-09-24
"Eating well and exercising regularly can be a challenge for anyone. But for those with autism spectrum disorder or intellectual disabilities, that challenge is exponentially greater." More

Is Insulin Resistance a Recipe for Depression? - 2021-09-23
"Insulin resistance can make you more than twice as likely to develop major depression, even if you haven't developed full-blown diabetes, a new study reports." More

Childhood Trauma Linked With Higher Odds for Adult Neurological Ills - 2021-09-23
"Kids who suffer abuse, neglect or household dysfunction are more likely to have neurological problems like stroke or headaches as adults, researchers report." More

U.S. Meth Overdose Deaths Tripled in Recent Years - 2021-09-23
"Deaths from methamphetamine overdoses in the United States nearly tripled between 2015 and 2019, health officials report in a new study." More

Intervening in Infancy Might Help Prevent Some Cases of Autism: Study - 2021-09-21
"Infants may show early signs of autism, but a diagnosis usually isn't made until age 3. Now, a new study suggests that jumpstarting therapy might stave off that diagnosis altogether." More

Parents of Hospitalized Kids Need More Info on Costs: Study - 2021-09-22
"Having a child in the hospital is distressing for families, and not knowing what that stay might cost can add to that stress, researchers say." More

Sexual Assault Could Affect a Woman's Long-Term Brain Health - 2021-09-22
"It's known that sexual assault affects a woman's physical and mental health. Now, researchers say these traumatic incidents may also harm her brain health." More

Witnessing Abuse of a Sibling Can Traumatize a Child - 2021-09-22
"Seeing a parent abuse a sibling can be as traumatizing as watching a parent hurt another parent, a new study finds." More

Which Kids Are at Highest Risk From COVID? - 2021-09-21
"Antoon noted that one in five kids with COVID-19 seen in U.S. emergency departments are admitted to the hospital, and 21% of them require treatment in an intensive care unit, including mechanical ventilation." More

Watch Their Backs -- Don't Overload Those Schoolbags - 2021-09-21
"After more than a year at home, children are heading back to classrooms across the country. But they're also toting heavy bags on their backs again." More

Doctors Often Miss Signs of Type 1 Diabetes in Kids - 2021-09-21
"Potentially dangerous symptoms of type 1 diabetes in children are not always immediately recognized by primary care providers, new research suggests." More

Neighborhood Gun Violence Means Worse Mental Health for Kids - 2021-09-21
"Living within a few blocks of a shooting increases the risk that a child will end up visiting the emergency department for mental health-related problems, researchers say." More

622 articles available (Viewing 1 - 15)