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With new treatment, doctors hope to slow the progression of rare genetic eye disease and prevent blindness.
More than half of parents in the national Mott Poll believe their teen has been in an unsafe situation riding with a distracted teen driver.
Study doesn’t find relationship between the “timeout” as a disciplinary method and increased behavior problems.
Academic research has long been characterized by silos and protective instincts. A new crop of fresh-thinking physician scientists are turning that model on its head, and the results are saving little hearts.
A team of educators propose a plan that supports individuals in succeeding after medical school.
In a feat of biomedical engineering, researchers create model embryos that could be used to study the mysterious stages of early human development.
Homework requires a child to make an effort, of course. But parents can help set the stage for success by establishing a routine and rewarding good behavior.
Unused medications pose a risk to other people and the planet. Learn about how to dispose of them safely.
Five-year-old’s family shares the importance of prioritizing children’s health to lawmakers on Capitol Hill during Speak Now for Advocacy Day.
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