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A quarter of children and adolescents hospitalized with COVID-19 or MIS-C have persistent symptoms and activity impairments months later, researchers say.
A new, national poll finds many parents worry that school traffic is a danger for kids.
Children with headache disorders suffered more frequent headaches and increased anxiety when COVID-19 hit, researchers say.
Kids who get 10+ hours of sleep per night do better socially and academically in kindergarten, researchers say.
The Covid-19 pandemic is causing a spike in pediatric mental health emergencies and longer waits for psychiatric placements, researchers say.
Children who play video games more than average may experience a boost in their IQ more than average, researchers say.
Children are more eager to try new vegetables when offered a fun reward, study finds.
A new study finds no significant differences in growth or nutrition measures among children following a vegetarian diet.
Researchers find nearly 1 out of 10 marijuana edibles use the exact or similar branding as common snack products, including candy and chips.
Early childhood exposure to lead is associated with a dysregulated heart rate during stressful events, researchers say.
Live attenuated flu vaccine is no more likely to cause respiratory problems in kids with asthma than the inactivated version, researchers say.
Insomnia symptoms in childhood don’t often go away on their own and can worsen into adult insomnia, researchers say.
Children can experience long COVID just like adults, experts say. The most common symptoms in kids include fatigue, headaches and difficulty concentrating.
Children with diabetes face an increased risk of developing a condition that damages the retina… and the risk is significantly higher in kids with type 2 diabetes, researchers say.
In a HealthDay Now interview, we spoke to award-nominated actor, Tony Head, a research participant in a Johns Hopkins clinical trial of psilocybin. Tony was diagnosed with stage 4 prostate cancer in 2011 and he shares how his experience with psilocybin helped him face his fears of dying.
Traditional print books are better for learning than digital devices, researchers say .
Four out of five parents say their children aren't grateful for what they have and they worry they're giving them too many material things, a new national poll finds.
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers important tips to keep your kids safe and healthy when they're trick-or-treating.
Despite major labeling changes and FDA warnings, the misuse of cough and cold medications continues to take young lives, researchers find.
Extra-large letter spacing helps increase reading speed and accuracy in kids with and without dyslexia, a new study finds.
While 50 percent of families report eating healthier during COVID, 20 percent are serving fast food to their kids more often, researchers say.