Parents and Kids

Many well-intended efforts that fixate on bias can achieve the unintended consequence of imposing it instead.
A new paper throws every journalism clickbait notion into one epidemiological claim. Take a look.
Virtual reality devices track our body language, which can pick us out in a crowd. A pediatrician ponders whether this is yet another way we are robbing our youth of its innocence.
Did team sports for kids evolve from hunter-gatherers who needed to practice for war? A new paper suggests that is so.
It's normal for a baby to be difficult to get to sleep, which is clearly exhausting for new parents. Bu, expensive "sleep consultants" aren't the answer.
When the American Academy of Pediatrics has to issue a report for pediatricians to write a "prescription for play" at every well-visit, our culture is in crisis.
With the release of the CDC's 2018 breastfeeding scorecard, it is time to add common sense into these failed policies that actually supports women and families.
Armadillo reproduction can teach us a rather wise guiding principle.
Due to the daily coarsening of civil discourse on social media, routine conflict resolution has gone out the window. If that is all kids see, then that is all they learn for their future.
Risks change in healthcare when imminent life or death are your alternatives.
A new study analyzes U.S. vaccination rates in children, specifically focusing on nonmedical exemptions in states and counties. The recommendations, however, fall short of the realities of medical practice.
Continuing a positive trend that's in its third decade, pregnancy rates in the state for teens aged 15 to 19 have again fallen, dropping 5% to a level never before reached. And among other encouraging news, Minnesota's teen pregnancy rate has plummeted nearly 71% since 1990.