Many children are still becoming infected with either virus and in some cases, dying from complications caused by the virus.
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A new study determined that small miscalculations caused by human error when preparing doses of medication for young children can lead to potentially fatal consequences.
Since brain development is still underway for teenagers, adding chemicals to the process like drugs or alcohol may potentially alter the development.
What a new study has uncovered is that diet and exercise may not be the only contributors to childhood obesity.
After receiving the vaccine, some children noticed symptoms including fever and seizures.
A new weight-loss drug may be linked to specific birth defects, United States officials discovered.
Rotavirus gastroenteritis (RVGE) is the primary reason infants and young children experience severe bouts of diarrhea, experts explain.
New studies show young girls who get bullied may be more likely to use drugs and alcohol due to depression caused by being bullied.
Cigarette advertising drastically affects decisions of teenagers and whether or not they begin smoking.