Severe Allergic Reactions at School: Are You Prepared?
For the 1 in 13 children who have food allergies, being prepared can make all the difference.
New Seizure Rx Gets FDA Go-Ahead
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new indication for a drug that is derived from the Cannabis sativa plant.
Fighting Youth E-Cig Use
Over the last several years, we have seen countless stories about increasing e-cig use, the risks and the possible side effects. And health officials continue working to keep up with the trend.
Tick Season Means Lyme Disease
Lyme disease is a well-known risk tied to tick bites, so for those living in certain areas, a tick bite can be a nerve-racking experience. But there are ways to lower your risk.
School's Out. Now What?
School is out and summer vacation is in full swing. Instead of letting your children plop down in front of the television for the next month, keep them engaged and active this summer.
Should You Put Sunscreen on Infants?
Can you put sunscreen on babies? It's a question that comes up for many parents in the summer. Read on for the answer.
Children's Cough Medicine Recalled
GSK Consumer Healthcare is recalling three lots of children's cough medicine because of issues with the included dosing cups.
Play On: Video Game to Improve ADHD Approved
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the marketing of the first game-based digital therapeutic device to treat ADHD.
Summer Poison Prevention Tips
When the summertime heat is on, it's time to get outside, enjoy time with family and have fun. To keep your family safe this summer, check out these summer poison prevention tips.
Mysterious Syndrome May Be Tied to COVID-19
A rare, mysterious syndrome appears to be affecting some children in New York. And health officials are saying it may be linked to COVID-19.