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New USDA Dietary Guidelines have important recommendations: No added sugar before 2 years old and early allergen introduction by 4 months.
Fetal syndromes are the #1 cause of infant death in US infants with >800,000 pregnancies/year affected by one of 4,000 known fetal syndromes.
An effective health education curriculum can have a huge impact on students' lives by providing knowledge and skills essential to a healthy future.
A medical student's mom told her witnessing her grandfather's agonizing death was a gift, implying that it would make her a better doctor.
Reptiles as pets? Geckos, and dragons, and snakes! Oh my! To novice keepers and first-time herpetologists, scales may seem more intimidating than fur or feathers, but...
A college student describes how the TakeCHARGE 5 Steps program helped her when she turned 18 and healthcare changed for her forever.
A scientist explores what we can learn about fatherhood from the science of the brain, hormones, and behavior. Read more!
Comprehensive eye exams do more than check if you need new glasses. They also include tests for eye diseases. And, they may detect some chronic diseases.
If your child's filling falls out, stay calm, be soothing, and ease the pain. Here are some simple tips you can follow until you see your pediatric dentist.
Practice fine motor skills with your kids (drawing, cutting shapes, finger painting) to help them to gain strength and control over their movements.
The challenges of the new school year can be daunting when you have a special needs child. Here is a checklist to help you get ready.
Getting your children to play outside isn’t just for fun, it’s good for their growing bodies and minds. Here are some simple, fun activities they will love.