The American Academy of Pediatrics are warning families and those who are microwaving and dishwashing plastic containers of food for children may contain harmful chemicals.
A study has shown that children who spend most of their time barefoot have increased motor skills and are better in jumping and balancing scientist say.
American Academy of Pediatrics reported a statement that a growing body of scientific evidence shows that children being harmed by chemical foods they are eating.
New, reports suggest that slime-based toys could be causing more harm than good, containing high levels of a chemical linked to convulsions, diarrhoea and impaired fertility.
Doctors are issuing a warning of the dangers of fridge magnets, after five years old, Noah Lefau from Melbourne was found on the ground curled up in pain. An X-ray…
A Japanese study suggests that an unborn baby exposed to tobacco smoke in the womb and in infancy could double the loss of developing hearing loss.
Australian researchers have found that when removing a child's tonsils they are 3 times as likely to develop common colds and respiratory infections and be more susceptible to infectious diseases.
According to experts, there are three ways children can get Vitamin D that they need through sunlight exposure, diet and supplements.
The American Academy of paediatrics has recommended that parents and their children must visit their Pediatrician regularly during the child's first 3 years of life.
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