The Food and Drug Administration has proposed new regulations that will require companies to provide more information about the risk factors of tanning bed usage.
Save the Children’s annual report ranks the top countries to be a mom. Here are the results.
If you’ve ever popped your baby’s pacifier in your mouth for a quick cleaning after it fell on the floor, a new study says it might be a good thing for your little one.
Women choosing to have children later in life may face a number of health risks. But new research finds that older moms-to-be have a lower risk for uterine cancer.
So-called dustless chalk in classrooms may trigger allergic reactions in those sensitive to milk protein.
Do you have questions about your baby’s pacifier use? Here are some answers to help.
Food and skin allergies are on the rise among American kids but the reasons aren’t clear.