Kids who are obese often develop poor eating habits during adolescents, and those habits get worse when they’re around violence.
Bullying of 5th graders leads to depression in 7th graders and substance abuse in 10th grade, a new study out of Delaware has found.
A new Ohio law will allow drivers who can safely proceed through a red light to do exactly that. Be careful.
Does TV watching and other screen time affect low-income students differently from their more affluent peers? Research shows it does.
A 16-year-old passenger was killed in a car crash on slick roads in Wyoming on Feb. 4. She was a dancer, a journalist, a friend, and a little sister.
Although parents know about healthy diets, many of them don’t promote healthy eating in their kids, according to a new survey from U.Mich.
Pres. Trump spoke a little, and a little too dimly, about autism at a White House event yesterday with US Ed. Sec. Betsy DeVos.
February is African-American History Month, and the Washington Post reminds us that many black lives are lost to drowning in the US.
Should you immunize children against certain diseases, like measles, mumps, and rubella? What do Americans think about vaccines these days?
It has been reported that we’re naïve to think college students won’t get drunk, thereby escaping criminal prosecution for some bad behavior.