A recent study suggests the more handheld screen time children ages 2 and younger have, the more likely they are to begin talking later.
According to a CDC report, the U.S. teen birth rate is down 9 percent from 2015, a record low for this age group.
Mind Over Matter Health & Fitness brought workout alternatives to students at Brooklyn School of Inquiry this past school year. The company also offers trainers, classes, and boot camps.
A study from the Environmental Defense Fund found levels of lead in baby food across the country, however pediatricians say that parents should not too concerned.
How to avoid—or beat—six childhood health issues that commonly strike during the summer months
With changing laws and attitudes about recreational marijuana, it’s more important than ever for parents to talk to their kids about drug use.
As parents, our lives are crazy busy, so here are some easy ways to make sure you’re finding ways to exercise.
Consuming too much added sugar is detrimental to our health—here’s why, and what you can do about it.
Simple steps to reduce your kids’ exposure to environmental hazards where they sleep and play
Danielle Lindner is a children’s book author and founder and CEO of The London Day School. Here she answers questions about political anxiety and children.
A growing body of research has shown the impact proper nutrition can have on long-term health, starting early on. But can the first 1,000 days really decide a child’s future, or is it a bit more complicated than that?
Hilaria Baldwin is a yoga instructor, health guru, wife, and mother. Her recent book The Living Clearly Method lays out five principles for moving through our lives consciously and positively.
How second- and third-hand smoke effects kids and adults, and how you can make your home smoke-free
Dentists' top 10 tips to keep your kids' teeth healthy
Your guide to various dental procedures kids may encounter
New guidelines say infants ages 4-6 months should eat peanut-containing foods to prevent allergies.
FAQ about fevers in children and understanding why they occur.
Tips to create a safe sleep environment for your baby.
A licensed acupuncturist shares how you can treat earaches naturally.
When should your baby should first see the dentist?
Physical and mental health are two things all parents want for their kids, but a new study funded by Nike has shown that the two actually go hand-in-hand.
Sabra Dipping Co. has voluntarily issued a recall of nearly all of its hummus products due to possible health risks.
Four frequently asked questions about the flu vaccine
Support groups like Allied Breastfeeding Support offer new and expectant moms all the help they need when it comes to questions or concerns about breastfeeding.
Prevention is always preferable to having to treat sick children.