Forgotten Festival Essentials
Warm weather means you're about to spring into festival season. Whether you're headed to Bonnaroo or just the backyard block party, plan ahead and be prepared.
Age Restrictions Didn't Stop Teens from Buying E-Cigs
Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, may be increasing in popularity among teens. And teens may not have much trouble buying e-cigs online, despite being underage.
What May Be Keeping Your Teen up at Night
For many teens, it's second nature to reach for the smartphone or tablet when they have a spare minute or two. Those spare minutes can add up, though, and may affect teens' sleep quality.
The Reason Many Kids Visit the ER
An often preventable but common problem may be the reason many kids visit the emergency room.
Does Your Kid Play Football? Maybe He Should Wait 'Til He's Older
Letting young kids get out and play is great for their health, but parents may want to wait until their kids are a bit older before letting them play football — or at least only let them play touch football.
Experts Urge Parents to Vaccinate Kids for Measles
A group of US pediatricians has called for parents to get their children vaccinated for measles in response to an outbreak that began in Disneyland in California last December.
Toy-Related Injuries Spiked
That long-awaited action figure or scooter under the Christmas tree might pose a risk of injury to your child.
Tdap Vaccine Was Safe Overall for Mom and Fetus
Since 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has suggested that all pregnant women receive the Tdap vaccine, even if they were vaccinated earlier in life. And new research found that Tdap was safe for both mom and baby.
Laundry Detergent Pods May Pose Poisoning Risk
Laundry detergent pods may be convenient, but they may also pose the threat of poisoning to children.
Halloween Tips for Kids With Food Allergies
For parents of children with food allergies, one of the scariest parts of Halloween is the possibility of an allergic reaction to treats. But food allergies don't have to cramp your trick-or-treater's scary style.