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Nearly a quarter of parents in national poll aren’t confident in the safety of their home tap water. Steps parents can take to ensure their children’s drinking water is safe.
Diagnoses of mental health and substance use disorders associated with three times higher odds of overdose.
1 in 9 publicly insured and 1 in 11 privately insured children received low-value care in 2014, researchers find.
Pets can be an important part of a family and have a big impact on a child. The decision to have or not have a pet can involve a lot of factors including timing, the kind of pet, and who will take responsibility for it.
Chest tubes are necessary but painful for babies and children recovering from heart procedures. Doctors explore ways to remove the device earlier to improve families’ experiences and reduce time spent in the hospital.
Hospitals around the country collaborate to significantly reduce cardiac arrest rates among children hospitalized with heart disease, according to findings presented at the American Heart Association meeting.
Study spotlights mismatch between number of firearm deaths in children age 1 to 18, and research to understand, prevent and treat the reasons for those deaths.