The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says it’s “in the best interests” of the children.
Paltrow reveals her latest diet decisions in her new cookbook. And they don’t include some of children’s favorite comfort foods.
It’s supposed to last through sickness and in health, but it turns out that it’s a better idea to get married because you love someone, not because you think it’s going to keep you healthy for the long haul.
Breastfeeding is no magic bullet against obesity, according to research that contradicts previously held beliefs about the scope of human milk’s capability.
In more than two decades as a child-abuse pediatrician, Dr. Lynn Sheets has noticed a trend.
Changes to pertussis immunization may weaken immunity against whooping cough.
Finding the right balance of structured play for toddlers could be the key to making universal preschool work
The effects of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can extend well beyond childhood, according to the latest research.
Parents of a transgender girl complained when their daughter, born a boy, was told to use the boys’ bathroom
Is Mayer’s ban on working from home blow to working mothers?
Can parents force a teen to have an abortion?
A new study in the “Journal of Child and Family Studies” found that being overly involved in your grownup kids’ lives can do more harm than good
Should worried parents be able to test their babies for diseases they may develop down the road, just because they’re curious? Should worried teens be able to screen themselves, without parental knowledge, for disorders that …