Can TV boost your kid’s food smarts?

Cooking shows that feature healthy recipes might boost a child's nutrition knowledge and encourage healthy eating.

E-scooter injuries on the rise

As the tool's popularity has exploded, droves of young people—largely men, ages 18 to 34—are experiencing head injuries and bone fractures.

Patient Story

Brave like a bear

Bryar, a 2-year-old from northern Michigan, fights back after a bone marrow transplant to treat acute myeloid leukemia.

Patient Story

‘Where have you been?’

After childhood heart surgery, Brent Morton didn't realize he needed follow-up treatment as an adult.

Generations after ban, pesticides linger

Long-prohibited chemicals are still showing up in the blood of expectant moms—and it's likely affecting development of the baby.

Patient Story

‘Look at us now’

To see Christopher Yates walk, run and jump, you’d never know he went through years of treatment for clubfoot.

My child won’t talk to me. Now what?

Child psychology experts address the top 5 stressors for young people today—and how we can help.

Toxins in your TV?

If people in your household use modern electronics, they might be exposed to potentially dangerous compounds.

Patient Story

First baby of 2020: ‘She’s perfect’

Dad hopes little Kendra Rose reaches for the stars.

One-and-done HPV vaccine?

A single dose may provide benefits similar to the standard two- or three-dose regimen.

Patient Story

Your top stories of 2019

Get your daily dose of inspiration by exploring our most extraordinary stories of survival, miracles and medical innovation.

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Top baby names: A newcomer arrives

Charlotte leads the girls' list, and Oliver leads the boys.

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