Medical sleuthing reveals that scarlet fever probably wasn’t responsible
Jenn McNary’s two sons have Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Why can only one child access a drug that can prolong his life?
It provides workers with more rights if they have to take time off for a family or health emergency. But its creators say the act could do more.
A week after he was taken hostage in an underground bunker, Ethan is now free.
“Dad, where do babies come from?”
The opening line of Kia’s Super Bowl commercial doesn’t beat around the bush. The question spills forth during a car ride, making Dad’s eyes bug out before he quickly recovers and …
How long does bullying over sexual orientation continue?
Most women still give birth in hospitals, but midwives hope to change that
Splitting household duties may not be the way to more sex for couples
With childhood obesity rates on the rise, pediatricians are doing something they couldn’t have imagined a need for a decade ago: they’re debuting guidelines for managing weight-related diabetes among youngsters.
A Stanford-trained doctor turns public health messages into rap videos
Prevention is nearly always preferable to treatment when it comes to our health, and the stakes are even higher in cases of child abuse. But is it even possible to identify children at risk of abuse before it’s too late?
The fine line between competition’s drive for excellence and dangerous win-at-all-costs mentality
In handwritten letters, children make the case to President Obama for stronger gun control laws