The number of uninsured hispanic children hits an all-time low, according to a study by Georgetown University.
Believe it or not, a New York woman is taking a 12-year old to court for breaking her arm with an overzealous hug.
Tag, you're it! Administrators in a Washington school district tried to ban the popular children's game "tag" from being played at recess, but received backlash from a slew of parents.
A study published on the International Journal of Obesity links sleep-deprivation to higher food intake among five year olds.
A letter signed by Democratic lawmakers cites reports of physical violence and sexual misconduct in immigration centers, despite a recent Department of Homeland investigation finding no evidence of foul play.
John Grisham, a well known author of legal thrillers, has apologized for the comments he made to a British newspaper that not all men who view child pornography should be jailed.
Children's weather argument takes an unexpected turn
The children of Hispanic immigrants in the United States live in greater poverty, are less likely to be in good health and have lower levels of enrollment in school compared to the children of Asian immigrants, or those of black or white families, according to a recent report by the Foundation for Child Development.
Here are the top 5 apps for children available on Apple's app store.
Google Glass has begun reaching the public, and Google has warned children and those who have had eye surgery to avoid the device.
In celebration of Dr. Seuss Day, tomorrow March 2, here are five fun facts about doctor of children's literature.
A new study reveals that children who are limited to watching educational programming on television display less aggression toward others.
A young boy is currently in a medically induced coma after a playground fight with children his family says were bullying him.
Every child loves presents, but some seemingly harmless gifts can be dangerous or even deadly.
Study conducted using 151 children in U.K., U.S.