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For decades, mothers were encouraged to put their newborn babies in warmers and send them to the nursery for monitoring by nursing staff while the mother rested in her room.
Allowing kids to spend time playing may be more important to their development than many people realize, says a new study.
Good vision and hearing are key to a child's development and learning. In addition to vision and hearing screenings, learn what to look out for in your kids so you know when to see a pediatric ophthalmologist or audiologist.
Recently updated physical activity guidelines from federal health officials are aiming at even younger Americans than ever before. What parents need to know.
Emergency room visits for deliberate self-harm among 10- and 11-year-olds have nearly doubled, according to national data analyzed by UH Rainbow physician-researchers.
Your child is saying that his or her throat hurts, but how do you know if it's something more serious, like strep throat? Check out our symptom guide.
Some things spread like wildfire in a school – including the latest germs. Share these tips with your kids to keep them as healthy as possible.
When Heather Catanese was 22 weeks pregnant with her third son, Lorenzo, she underwent a routine prenatal anatomy scan. The test showed that blood was flowing in the wrong direction through Lorenzo’s heart.