A report from Brigham Young University found that the negative health impacts of adverse childhood experiences can be combatted with "advantageous childhood experiences."
Scientists looked at psychiatric children's hospital admissions in an Ohio city to investigate the link.
The anti-vaccine lobby has only grown more powerful as measles spreads across the U.S. Unless congressional action is taken, other vaccine-preventable diseases are likely to rise.
She wants to see warning signs in playgrounds alerting parents to avoid the same mistake.
Kids might not have the same stresses as adults, but they can still benefit from meditative techniques.
The retired general tweeted about the now-vacant President's Council on Fitness, Sport and Nutrition, and that Ivanka Trump should "check it out."
Parents are unaware of the risks of liver disease in obese children, study's author warned.
Only a handful of states have legislation to require radon checks in schools.
Racial disparities in autism diagnoses may be rooted in families' access to diagnostic services.
Children whose mothers were exposed to high levels of fluoride during pregnancy may be at risk of having a lower IQ.
U.K. has a lower rate of breastfeeding than the U.S.
"Giving your child a smartphone is like giving them a gram of cocaine," reads one recent headline. But these media reports may have made parents unnecessarily anxious.
How to get a fussy child to eat vegetables is a question that plagues many frustrated parents.
A new preventative drug has the potential to grow retina vessels in babies with FEVR, a hereditary disease that causes progressive vision loss.
Metals in air pollution have been linked to damage in children's lungs.
The U.S. ranks in the bottom third of rich countries when it comes to income inequality among children.