A new mother in Oregon wants to breastfeed her baby even though she regularly smokes marijuana, but experts are concerned about the risks of the drug to the baby's brain.
As doctors work to stem an epidemic of the deadly Ebola virus, rumor and folklore help spread the disease. Continue reading →
Small differences in the genes can account for how well kids do with numbers and words innately.
With tens of thousands of children streaming across the U.S. border in 2014, Trace looks at which countries they're coming from as well as their status once they arrive.
Worldwide, more than 20 million children suffer from malnutrition, and some of the effects of the ordeal are irreversible.
The story of an injured young girl being asked to leave a fast-food restaurant has been called a hoax. But its viral spread says a lot about folklore and internet activism. Continue reading →
Would kids do better in school if they did not have to wake up at the crack of dawn Monday through Friday? Tara examines the impact of a sleepy head on academic performance.
A California study found that pregnant women who live near farms where pesticides are applied had a two-thirds higher risk of having children with autism.
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