Girl athletes are more susceptible to certain injuries, an orthopedic surgeon from Shriners Hospitals for Children, Philadelphia explains.
Philly’s pro sports teams offer schools programs to motivate kids to exercise, read, master STEM and eat right.
If preeclampsia develops early in a pregnancy it can put the life of the mother and baby at risk. Hear one local mom's story.
The FDA is asking sunscreen makers to determine if the chemicals that are absorbed into the blood are dangerous.
Parents of children with autism, ADHD and other special needs have turned to gravity blankets as a sleep aid. A pediatrician urges caution.
Most kids get a bump on the head at some point, but how can you tell when it’s serious enough to go to the hospital or doctor?
Is a fever a reason to keep a child home from school? Or a cough? Or rash? How can you tell the flu from a cold?