Across the U.S., there's been an uptick in the percentage of teens who are having episodes of depression, a new report finds.
A small number of babies infected with Zika virus in the womb have developed a rare birth defect involving muscle weakness and stiff joints.
A new study pulls the sheet off millennials' sex lives, revealing that there isn't as much going on as you might expect.
A new recall of topple-prone Ikea dressers highlights the hazards that everyday furniture can hold for children.
A city in Japan says it will pay for egg freezing as a way to improve the country's low birth rate. But the procedure is not a perfect solution.
Higher levels of air pollution may be linked with worse mental health in children, a new study suggests.
A boy in Idaho who was recently in a high-speed car crash has survived a rare injury called an "internal decapitation," which is typically fatal.
Babies who not comforted immediately when they cry may learn better sleep habits in the long run, a new study finds.
The more time teens spend multitasking with various tech devices, the worse they tend to perform on academic tests, a small new study suggests.
Nearly half of parents keep leftover pain medications in the home, providing easy access to dangerous drugs.
A new programmable robot toy named Leka is uniquely designed to interact with and engage children with special needs, particularly children on the autism spectrum.
Many young children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) aren't receiving the top recommended treatment for the condition, a new report suggests.
Interactions with parents really do help babies learn to pay attention, a new study finds. Here's how it may work.