- The parents of a 5-year-old girl who passed away this November got to meet the little girl whose life her organs helped save.
- Over 90 percent of parents in the United States do not know how to properly install a car seat.
- IBM's Watson uses deep learning and billions of medical images to help diagnose and treat disease, offer personalized treatment options, and provide expertise.
- A new U.S. poll suggests today’s generation of so-called helicopter parents may be hovering so much that they prevent their teens from getting the most out of visits to the doctor.
- Interactions between three neural networks that help us pay attention are weaker than normal in children diagnosed with ADHD, suggesting a new method for diagnosis.
- A safe, effective, and affordable blood test has been developed that will help diagnose rare cancers, like germ cell tumors, in children.
- 2015's most popular baby names were largely inspired by pop culture trends, such as Instagram and the TV show "Empire."
- Now that the American Association of Pediatrics has updated its rules about screen time for children, there's a new app that will monitor it for you.
- A study on birds shows that families who seek help with caring for a baby stay healthier and live longer.
- Music education is losing funding throughout the U.S., but the benefits it brings are crucial to young children's brains.
- The United States received a "C" on the 2015 March of Dimes Premature Birth Report Card, but progress has been made.
- Oxygen deprivation caused by whooping cough in infancy may put children at increased risk for epilepsy later in life.
Pediatrics (or paediatrics) is the branch of medicine that deals with the medical care of infants, children, and adolescents.