Parents choose juice boxes, gummy vitamins and bottled water with their kids' health in mind, but it could lead to more cavities, warns Dr. Rachel A. Maher.
A local pediatrician explains what to look for when you think your child has an ear infection, why a doctor may not prescribe antibiotics and when ear tubes might be necessary.
Open adoptions and genetic testing make it easier for parents to learn about family medical history for a baby or themselves.
Has your school tested its water for lead? How you can find out in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
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?
The number of conditions that can be detected in genetic screening is increasing. But which tests should you get?