HealthyChildren.org is asking those shopping for kids to reconsider magnetic toys.
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HealthyChildren.org is sending a few tips to parents and caregivers to help prevent sickness.
Holiday shopping is in full swing and the American Academy of Pediatrics is asking shoppers to consider safety when choosing toys and other gifts for kids!
FDA Risk Warning Slowed But, Did Not Stop the Prescribing of Codeine to Some Children After Tonsillectomy
A recent study finds that 1 in 20 children were prescribed codeine after having a tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy at the end of 2015, despite a warning by the Food and Drug Administration.
If your holiday decorations aren’t up already, odds are you’re planning a day to start putting up trees and lights, but the American Academy of Pediatrics is sending out a few reminders as you do so.
As Diabetes Awareness Month comes to an end, the American Academy of Pediatrics is sharing information regarding sleep schedules of children with Type 2 Diabetes.
According to a new report published in the November 2017 Pediatrics journal, found the long-term use of acetaminophen during pregnancy, as well as extended use of the common over-the-county pain medicine by fathers, was associated with twice the risk of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children.
A recent study that surveyed teens suggests those who face bullying are more likely to bring a weapon to school.
Healthychildren.org by the American Academy of Pediatrics is bringing attention to diabetes, especially childhood diabetes amid the awareness campaign this month.