CHICAGO (AP) - There may be something to the stereotype of the clean-cut high school jock.
CHICAGO - A school-based program that discourages television and video game use makes grade-school children less aggressive, a Stanford University study suggests.
CHICAGO (AP) - Duct tape, the all-purpose household fix-it with hundreds of uses, can also remove warts.
Obese children face well-known risks to their physical health, but they're also in danger of developing serious social and emotional problems. Two new studies have found that they're more likely to be teased and to have smaller social networks than their non-overweight peers.
The little voice from the top of the stairs infuriates April Reitman.
CHICAGO - Women who smoke while pregnant are far more likely to have children who develop behavior problems as toddlers, researchers reported today in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.
A family meal, whether it's loaded with Brussels sprouts or carrots, might provide more than just nutrition. It might also improve teenagers' emotional health.
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