The pandemic is making it harder to be a teenager. Remote learning is keeping many isolated, and for some, their mental health is being affected.
As vaccinations continue to roll out and summer draws closer, many parents are wondering if it's safe to travel and participate in other activities with their kids.
New research has found that most kids with a serious inflammatory illness linked to the coronavirus had no COVID-19 symptoms or just mild ones. Another small study found that many MIS-C patients also suffered neurological symptoms.
Toy shops around the country are struggling to keep fidgeting toys in stock.
Nathan Herber, 6, got a hero's welcome from his fellow classmates after completing his cancer treatments.
Babies could be behind on speech and emotional recognition due to everyone wearing masks during the pandemic.
There's a rush to rebook weddings now that California is allowing more in-person events. The postponed ceremonies and pent-up demand now mean more competition for booking services and venues.
The U.S. Census Bureau found that the number of children living with a single mother has doubled since 1968, with the number of children living in a double-parent household decreasing significantly in the same amount of time.
In just one conversation, it won’t take long to realize Jake’s already got abilities just like his comic book counterpart. Autism isn’t his disability. It’s his superpower.
The three Houston brothers — 5-year-old Antwann, 7-year-old Anthony and 8-year-old Artavius — have been in foster care for two years.
Wedding venues, especially those with outdoor space, are quickly filling up. However, some folks are choosing to wait until 2022 or even 2023.
Pfizer-BioNTech on Friday asked the FDA to expand the emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. to children ages 12 to 15.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky on Monday said youth sports and other extracurricular activities "should be limited" amid the coronavirus pandemic, saying outbreaks in young people have stemmed from those activities.
Asian American Pacific Islander history is American history. And one way for all Americans to learn about each other's cultures is through reading.
Michael Uyaguari, 12, attends year-round in-person school at Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla.
The drug is called Qelbree, and it’s harder to abuse than nearly all other ADHD medicines because it’s not a stimulant or a controlled substance.
A milestone weekend for a northern Virginia couple who celebrated 72 years of marriage! Marvin and Betty Quinn married on April 2, 1949.
The bill’s sponsor presented the measure as an effort to decrease the burden of pregnancy on women and increase responsibility for men who have children.
Researchers also found one specific cultural factor common in “Western” countries that played the largest role when determining the level of exhaustion.
Forget a pandemic baby boom, a new study finds that the world is actually in the midst of a 'twin boom,' as more families than ever before are welcoming a double bundle of joy.