- A five-year-old girl in California horrified her family when she blew a one-and-a-half-inch safety pin out of her nose.
- Parents tend to give children tablets or smartphones to calm them down when they're being difficult, but this strategy may lead to developmental problems down the line.
- The dramatic improvements in survival for children with cancer depend on clinical trials, and these trials depend on parents understanding the possible risks and benefits involved.
- Hospitalization tied to child abuse reduced in California following the introduction of the Paid Family Leave program.
- Parents are claiming that Tommee Tippee anti-spill sippy cups are growing mold and putting their children at risk for harm.
- The use of residual disinfectants to safeguard drinking water may not be necessary: study.
- Symptoms of teething are unique to your baby, but sometimes a fever may be more serious.
- Children are highly motivated to make an emotional investment in their siblings, even following parents' divorce.
- A sonogram reveals ailing twin clutching the hand of his healthy sister.
- The United States Preventive Services Task Force does not recommend universal screening of young children for autism.
- Research has found a correlation between the amount of time we spend on Facebook and our lack of sleep.
- After discovering a strange medical condition on his newborn baby, a Dad turns to the internet to raise awareness.
Pediatrics (or paediatrics) is the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents.