Articles by Shute, Nancy
Somehow, lots of kids end up drinking tasty medicines and needing emergency care.
The CDC recommends vaccinations for kids 6 months old through age 5.
Many Americans haven't received new shots that guard against preventable illnesses.
Almost a dozen disease-preventing shots are routinely recommended for healthy adults.
Pediatricians may not look after kids' mental health—unless parents lend a hand.
New studies reveal a genetic cause and find no connection to shots containing thimerosal.
The pricy tests haven't proven their value in prevention or treatment, a cancer researcher argues.
New evidence exonerates vaccines, while super-early intervention sparks interest.
New services use DNA to connect relatives and track down ancestors.
Two new books advise disguising the offending tastes, but the better idea is to just keep offering.