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Federal regulations require pediatricians to calculate your child's body mass index-that's their proportion of height and weight.
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When the American Academy of Pediatrics changed the guidelines for ADHD to expand age of diagnosis to include children from age 4-18 , that number of cases would rise was, by definition, inevitable.
A pamphlet distributed by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development outlines practices encouraging safe sleep for infants.
Taisha Walker Videographer: Taisha Walker Web Producer: Jeff Morris Also Contributing: Fox News Reported: Dec. 10, 2013 12:10 PM EST Updated: Dec. 10, 2013 1:39 PM EST Charleston , Kanawha County , West Virginia A newly released study suggests high chair-related injuries are on the rise across the nation.
The Israel Pediatric Association has issued a strong warning against the use of vaporizers in children's bedrooms, Kikar Hashabat reports.
For more than 20 years, Dr. Sandra Hassink has focused on helping Delaware children struggling with obesity and other weight-related issues.
It's a parent's worst nightmare, a study published Monday from the Journal of Clinical Pediatrics found the number of highchair injuries increased 22 percent from 2003 to 2010.
Several local teens were honored recently for their volunteer service to Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital as follows: Tim Benson has donated more than 50 hours of service, volunteering at the Magazine Cart.
Children don't know about co-pays and deductibles and private insurance. They just know they are sick and want to feel better.
IMPACTS...TRAVEL MAY BE DIFFICULT AT TIMES DURING THE MID WEEK TIME FRAME WITH SNOW COVERED ROADS AND VERY POOR VISIBILITY IN HEAVY LAKE EFFECT SNOW BANDS.
Many medications commonly given to newborns still have not been officially approved for use in this very young population, despite recent law changes encouraging the study of drugs in children, a new study finds.
A high chair is not always the safest spot for baby, according to new research that finds a significant increase in injuries related to high chairs and booster seats.
Madeleine M. Stout, left, of Brookline and her mother, Michelle A. Graveline, display a photo of Madeleine at 8 months old while at Mrs. Graveline's house in Westboro.
Every parent has been through it: Your kid wakes up crying in the middle of the night and has a high fever.
Recent medical school graduates are less likely to believe that immunizations are safe and effective compared with their older practicing counterparts, a new study shows.