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.
Why Your Child May Need Pulmonary Function Tests
Research from Japan shows that exposure to tobacco smoke both prenatally and postnatally may raise the risk of hearing problems in children.
The FDA warns that children 2 and younger should not be given teething pain-relief products containing benzocaine, a local anesthetic and numbing agent.
Children exposed to high levels of air pollution in utero during the third trimester of pregnancy have an increased risk for high blood pressure (hypertension), according to a study from Johns Hopkins University.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued 13 warning letters to manufacturers, distributors, and retailers for producing and selling e-liquids used in electronic cigarettes and vaping devices in kid-friendly ...
Whether your child or teen has congenital or acquired hypothyroidism, these are the symptoms and treatments you should be aware of.
Proper care of your child’s skin can help prevent skin problems and alert you to issues quickly so you can address them with home remedies or a call to your doctor.
Study suggests that soda, chocolate, and energy drinks could be major culprits in sleep woes.
Why are so many females with ADHD often misunderstood and misdiagnosed? They often have inattentive type ADHD, which means they have trouble focusing and blocking out distractions but aren’t hyperactive or impulsive.
Flu season may come and go for some, but it can be life-changing if it triggers type 1 diabetes. Here’s how to protect your child.