The good news? In the US, national rates of injuries to children from household cleaning products have dropped significantly in recent years. The not-so-good news? The actual number of injuries remains high.
Serotonin, a brain chemical normally associated with mood and depression in adults, may be the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to why some babies die from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
As kids get older, the fear of getting probed, poked at, or receiving shots can set in, making doctor visits an uneasy experience. Here are some fun role-playing games to help prepare your child for the doctor.
Some medical procedures that were once routine are no longer so common. Evidence increasingly shows that sometimes today's popular medical intervention is not worth the risks it involves. How does a parent decide when intervention is best?
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