According to a study at iota State University, people can suffer from what’s called nomophobia, a fear of being without your smartphone.
Researchers at Yale University’s Environment and Human Health program released a report Thursday revealing chemicals used in synthetic turf …
The Foundation for Women’s Cancers has designated September Gynecologic Cancer Awareness month.
The Jefferson County Board of Health passed the newest set of regulations for childcare facilities in July.
One central Indiana school district is ensuring all 8,200 of its students are offered plenty of fresh produce options, daily.
“We’re starting our day with 10 minutes of movement every day in our pilot schools.”
No one is immune to lice, and that is why parents should be hyper vigilant when it comes to treating the parasites.
The American Academy of Pediatrics is urging parents and doctors to discuss the dangers of alcohol with children before they take their firs…
Millions of school days are lost every year, due to the common cold and the flu virus. This time lost includes important athletic time on th…
A pediatricians’ group is recommending that infants at high risk of peanut allergies be given foods containing peanuts before they turn 1.
It has risen to 17.5 percent in the U.S. by 2012 and only 13 percent in Canada by 2013.
One study said most students feared homework and testing, but social pressures can also become a major issue.
The Food and Drug Administration recently approved a new technique that melts away the fat.
There is new word Tuesday night of raw meat now showing up with “superbugs.”
A new study by the University of Texas School of Public Health finds that television is not to blame for childhood obesity, but rather the s…