Articles by Shute, Nancy
Limiting screen time and talking about what they see are two places to start.
Rest from sports and school urged by new pediatric guidelines.
Preventing flu, whooping cough, reducing TV, and allowing for play will make kids happier, healthier.
Both adults and kids can benefit. Here's how to find a good therapist.
How to reduce your family's exposure to pesticides.
Thanks to iPods and MP3 players, hearing loss has become a problem in teens; what to do.
The advantage of interacting with siblings and modeling their behavior is erased by high school.
Being overweight and exposure to environmental chemicals can increase the risk.
Salmonella in pet food, pesticides in flea collars are among dangers.
Teens with loving sisters are more likely to be kind and generous, too.