Climate change affects everything — and everyone — on earth, and children appear to be more vulnerable to its effects than adults.
About half of parents admit to talking on a cell phone while driving with kids ages 4 to 10, according to a survey conducted by researchers at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing.
Strong bonds between siblings can help reduce stress and offset the negative effects of unhealthy, destructive parental relationships, according to a recent study.
Results of the 2017 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, which includes self-reported information about drug use and sexual behaviors among high school students in the United States, are released by the CDC.
The CDC’s new 2017 National Youth Tobacco Survey shows that 11.7 percent of high school students and 3.3 percent of middle school students comprised the 2.1 million youth using e-cigarettes in 2017.
Research from Japan shows that exposure to tobacco smoke both prenatally and postnatally may raise the risk of hearing problems in children.