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A common childhood illness peaks in the warmer months. Dr. Ashleigh El Sakr explains what parents should know.
Knowing how to address and treat a child’s headache can help a patient (and parent) feel better. Dr. Leber discusses a new Mott poll that examines how families approach the issue.
Get tips to spot sleep issues, plus learn about a new nationwide sleep study for which your child may be eligible.
The battle for survival makes pneumococcus a formidable foe. Dr. Suzanne Dawid discusses the latest research.
In fact, not only is U-M the only children’s hospital ranked in all ten categories, but Michigan is also ranked higher than every other children’s hospital in the state in every category evaluated.
The next time your teen acts out, try giving them a job to do. A clear task helps establish fair punishment and accountability for a young person’s actions.
National Poll: Nine out of 10 parents would report a ride operator suspected of being drunk or on drugs; less than half would
A new multi-institutional project is studying cancer biology and care to identify why minority children have worse cancer outcomes compared to their white peers.
Infants in the NICU were more likely to stay asleep during recordings of their mothers reading, finds new research.
Dr. Allison Tribble discusses 6 steps to keep unwanted germs out of your food.
With support from thousands of supporters across the country, new U-M initiative honoring Chad Carr to advance research and treatment for DIPG and other pediatric brain cancers.
Dr. Ashley DeHudy discusses a new study that probes the benefits and drawbacks of digital media use among child and teen campers.
Promoting curiosity may be a valuable approach to boosting academic performance, particularly for low-income children, a new analysis finds.
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