The Census Bureau took a look at who’s raising America’s kids, and dads are taking on a larger role.
The FDA has launched a new website to educate consumers on how to tell if a health remedy being advertised isn’t actually safe and effective.
Medicare will now cover preventive services meant to reduce obesity, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services said Tuesday.
Even with more children living in poverty because of the rough economy, the number of children without health insurance in the U.S. has dropped by 1 million in the past three years, according to a report released Tuesday by Georgetown University.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission and Bumbo International warned parents to never place Bumbo baby seats on raised surfaces due to a serious risk of injury to the child.
Shipments of timeless toys far outnumber shipments of many items on this year’s hot toys lists.
The theft of a computer containing information on more than 4 million patients of a major Northern California health care provider may be among the largest breaches of health care data in recent years, but it's far from the only incident of its kind.
The CPSC reports toy-related recalls have decreased since 2008, thanks to heightened safety requirements.
The two best-if-used-by dates on the recalled peanut butter were sold in 25 states across the U.S.
The popular youth organization has added 13 financial badges to teach young girls about budgeting, credit, savings and other money management skills.