Beware of new synthetic street drugs warn officials 
Beware of new synthetic street drugs warn officials
The Illinois Poison Center cautions about the growing popularity of a new class of designer drugs across the state.
Military family kids face increased mental health risks 
Military family kids face increased mental health risks
Kids with parents deployed in the military are more likely to develop social, emotional and behavioral problems, according to new research.
Magnets can be deadly for kids 
Magnets can be deadly for kids
Most children who accidently swallow magnets require at least one surgery and sometimes more to treat the internal injuries, a new study shows.
Antibiotic America: The dangers of overuse  Featured
Antibiotic America: The dangers of overuse
You hear about antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” in the news, but what can you do to help prevent antibiotic overuse and the spread of them?
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health 
When kids leave the nest, parents can still influence health
Researchers say the more college students communicate with their parents–the more their diet and physical activity improve.
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula? 
Should new moms combine breastfeeding and formula?
New research says adding tiny amounts of formula during a newborn’s first days of life, along with breastfeeding, could have long-term health benefits for babies.
Which countries are best and worst for moms and babies? 
Which countries are best and worst for moms and babies?
Save the Children’s annual report ranks the top countries to be a mom. Here are the results.