Parenting

Babies show sympathy at an early age, researchers say 
Babies show sympathy at an early age, researchers say
According to a new study infants develop feelings of sympathy as early as 10-months-old.
Are you washing your hands correctly? 
Are you washing your hands correctly?
Study finds that just five percent of the people they observed actually wash their hands long enough to kill harmful germs.
Kids’ second concussions may require longer recovery 
Kids’ second concussions may require longer recovery
According to new research, it may take kids and young adults more than twice as long to recover from a repeat concussion.
Breast milk donors give boost to Chicago’s at-risk infants  Featured
Breast milk donors give boost to Chicago’s at-risk infants
Like wet nurses of old, Illinois’ first milk bank provides for babies at risk.
Can cutting practice time be bad for young athletes? 
Can cutting practice time be bad for young athletes?
New research shows that kids who play sports are 26 times more likely to get a concussion during a game. Find out why?
Lyme disease prevention 101 
Lyme disease prevention 101
Learn how to identify tick bites, symptoms of Lyme disease and more.
Today’s parents OK with media overload, study finds 
Today’s parents OK with media overload, study finds
Find out why the days of limiting TV for kids is over for many young parents.