The girls, a dozen of them 15 to 18 years old, file into a conference room in a downtown Brooklyn office building, taking seats in chairs carefully arranged in a circle. On the floor in front of them is a makeshift altar of comforting objects: A string of Christmas lights, plastic toys and dolls, oils and crystals, a glitter-filled wand.
Almost 2 million children and teens -- an average of 283,000 each year -- were seen in emergency rooms across the United States for traumatic brain injuries between 2010 and 2016, according to a new government report.
Smoking even one cigarette a day during pregnancy can double the chance of sudden unexpected death for your baby, according to a new study analyzing over 20 million births, including over 19,000 unexpected infant deaths.
Two girls who were lost in a dense Northern California forest for nearly two days say they survived frigid nights by huddling together under a tree branch and a huckleberry bush and by thinking "happy thoughts."
Q: I often feel guilty that I spend too much time on my phone when I'm with my kids, and I feel that there is a lot of "shaming" of moms for this in the media and elsewhere. But is it really that harmful for them?
Statistics show about 1,000 people require emergency care for serious dog-bite injuries every day across the U.S. Sunday’s tragic incident involving a 4-year-old boy is a reminder that it happens in Utah as well.
Dr. Edith Bracho-sanchez, CNN | PostedMar 4th - 12:46pm
Social media influencers -- bloggers, streamers and posters with millions of followers online -- can inspire children to eat junk food, but when it comes to healthy food, their spell over youth no longer works, according to a new study.
We start with a Baby Baller in Provo, head to SLC for a famous snowman cheering on the Salt Lake Stallions, and finish in Logan, where a rare peacock has re-emerged for the biggest college basketball game of the year.
Mae Anderson, Associated Press | PostedMar 3rd - 9:23pm
The latest parental panic on social media — over a purported challenge for kids to complete harmful tasks — elevates the importance of establishing an open dialogue with children and taking advantage of online parental controls.
Just 15 percent of American dads have access to paid paternity leave — leaving many without the option to spend time at home with their newborn babies. One company wants to change that standard, one dad at a time.