Toddlers Can Start Fighting Heart Disease By Just Playing Outside More, Study FindsThe Canadian researchers followed the physical activity of nearly 400 per-schoolers for three years, periodically testing them on various measures of cardiovascular health.
Children And Seniors With Dementia Still Being Poisoned By Laundry Detergent Pods, Study FindsThe pods are very attractive and that's the problem. They're cute and can look like candy to a child or a person with dementia. The combination has made for many accidental poisonings.
Expert Tips On Staying Safe In The Water This SummerDrownings are a leading cause of death among children.
After Daughter's Tragic Drowning, Olympian Bode Miller Shares Touching Video Teaching Infant Son To SwimVideo shared by Miller's wife of their six-month-old son, Easton, in a pool learning how to float is captivating social media.
Study Finds Using Hand Sanitizers With Young Children Is More Effective Than Washing HandsOver an eight-month period, the group of children that used the hand sanitizers had 23 percent fewer respiratory infections.
New Study Says Too Much Rest After A Concussion Can Be Harmful, Especially For KidsCBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez also reports that new findings have revealed why children's concussion symptoms may last longer than adults.
How To Get Kids Off The Computer And Into A Healthy LifestyleLearning healthy habits at a young age can reap benefits for a lifetime.
Report Finds Black Students In NYC Suspended Longer Than OthersLocal leaders and youth organizations called on the Department of Education to make a change across city schools after the study was released.
Keeping Trick-Or-Treating Fun Without Overloading On SugarCBS2's Vanessa Murdock spoke to a nutritionist to get some tips on how to keep kids happy, while curbing the sugar.
Health Watch: Commonly Used Chemicals Causing Developmental Delays In KidsThey’re a family of chemicals called phthalates and they are everywhere.
9th Child Dies Of Adenovirus Outbreak At N.J. Rehab CenterThe health department said the child was one of the 25 previously confirmed cases of the virus.