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PHOENIX (AP) — Investigations into reports of child neglect have dropped 8 percent over the last year, even as the number of calls continues...

Amy Norton, U.S. News & World Report All kids should be screened for high cholesterol, depression and HIV, with some tests starting as early as...

Kimberly Leonard, U.S. News & World Report Almost a third of deaths from food poisonings around the world are in children under age 5 –...

Samantha Costa, U.S. News & World Report Finding the perfect balance between rest and returning to regular activities can be a challenge for parents who...

David Ning, U.S. News & World Report An extra decade or two of compounded returns may be the best financial gift any parent can give...

Deborah Ziff, US News More parents are waiting to have children later in life, meaning their savings goals for retirement and their children's college...

Kadakkal Radhakrishnan, M.D., U.S. News & World Report Vitamin D is not only crucial for your child's development, it's also necessary for overall good health....

More than 2.6 million kids are treated in the emergency room each year for sports-related injuries. Samantha Costa, U.S. News & World Report Exercise helps kids...

Michael O. Schroeder, U.S. News & World Report An apparently increasing number of parents are giving melatonin to children to help them fall asleep –...

Samantha Costa, U.S. News and World Report You've read all the books, successfully potty trained your toddler and assumed the bed-wetting would end by kindergarten,...