The latest news on children
Fuhgedaboudit. That's the official verdict this morning from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg about the possibility of a third-party presidential run. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Bloomberg writes: "I listened carefully to those who encouraged me to run, but I am not — and will not be -- a candidate for president. I have watched this campaign unfold, and I am hopeful that the current campaigns can rise to the challenge by offering truly independent leadership."
Treatment of kids with ear infections doesn't stop fluid from accumulating.
Is your child always throwing tantrums? Alan Kazdin's new book and DVD might help.
The CDC recommends vaccinations for kids 6 months old through age 5.
A new CDC website tracks the spread of respiratory syncytial virus.
President Bush's veto of the SCHIP children's healthcare bill yesterday—for the second time in recent weeks—has White House advisers delighted.
A new report highlights the spread of cyberbullying. Here's how you can protect your child.
Two new books advise disguising the offending tastes, but the better idea is to just keep offering.
Young children are very vulnerable to scalds and contact burns.
An expert on brain development discusses why it may be that some kids outgrow their attention problems.