Cinnamon challenge hospitalizing kids 
Cinnamon challenge hospitalizing kids
At least 30 teens nationwide have ended up in the hospital after taking a risky cinnamon dare. Here’s alarming new information parents need to know.
The liquid alternative to allergy shot therapy  Featured
The liquid alternative to allergy shot therapy
Are you one of the millions of allergy sufferers in the U.S. hoping for long-term relief but without years of injections? Find out if allergy drops may be right for you.
The science behind why babies stop crying when moms walk them 
The science behind why babies stop crying when moms walk them
Walking a fussy baby in your arms can do a lot more for your baby than you might think. Read more.
In the wake of tragedy, how should we talk to our children? 
In the wake of tragedy, how should we talk to our children?
Kids can be overwhelmed by news of tragic events like those unfolding in Boston. Mental health experts offer tips on how adults can help them cope.
Chemical in plastic linked to kids’ asthma 
Chemical in plastic linked to kids’ asthma
A common chemical in baby bottles and other plastic containers is linked to a host of health problems for kids. Learn how to avoid it.
Boston Marathon explosions put states on high alert 
Boston Marathon explosions put states on high alert
After a pair of bombs ripped through the streets of Boston as runners crossed the finish line during the Boston Marathon, several big cities are now on high alert. Our experts provide insight on healing after a national crisis.
Lullabies are healing for babies, study says 
Lullabies are healing for babies, study says
The soft, singing sounds of a mother’s voice may improve the health of babies in neonatal intensive care units, new research has found.