COVID-19 Vaccine Approved for Young Kids
Health officials have finally approved COVID-19 vaccines for use in young children.
FDA Says No to Homemade Infant Formula
If you're the parent of an infant, you already know: There's a formula shortage. And health officials are advising against making your own.
Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening May Come with Risks
Non-invasive prenatal screening (NIPS) tests may come with some risks.
FDA Delays Decision on COVID Vaccine for Young Kids
Health officials have delayed their decision on whether young children should get the COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID Vaccine for Young Kids May Be Coming Soon
Children younger than 5 years old may be able to get the COVID-19 vaccine soon.
Sleep and Gestational Diabetes: A Possible Link
How you breathe while sleeping during early pregnancy may affect your risk for gestational diabetes.
How to Prevent Birth Defects
Each January, the United States observes National Birth Defects Prevention Month.
How to Have a Safe and Healthy Winter
Snow, hot cocoa and good cheer come with wintertime, but so does a wide range of potential health and safety issues. It's time to make sure your family knows how to stay safe and healthy this winter.
Baby Vital Sign Monitor Pulled from Market
A company has pulled a product that monitors babies' vital signs from the market after a warning letter from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
The Answers to Your Breastfeeding Questions
Aug. 1 through 7 is World Breastfeeding Week — the perfect time to learn a little more about breastfeeding.