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While you should always check with your doctor if you have concerns about getting vaccinated, health officials have ensured the safety of the coronavirus vaccine. Still have questions about the vaccine and your fertility? Here are the answers.
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COVID-19 is usually mild in children and adolescents, but not every young person has a smooth recovery. Here's what to know about long COVID, a rare post-infection condition that can cause brain fog, fatigue, anxiety, and more.
To protect its youngest users, Instagram has released new features that address screen time management, exposure to sensitive content, privacy settings, and more.
Need a boost when feeding your little one? We've got you covered. Whether you're breastfeeding or bottle-feeding, these nursing pillows offer support and comfort at a time when you need it most.
Parents can sometimes detect early signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in babies under 12 months old. Here's what you need to know.
Where can my kids get vaccinated? What are the possible side effects? Will they need a booster shot? We spoke with Marcella Nunez-Smith, M.D., a co-chair of President Biden's COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force, to answer these questions and more.
Get kids excited for trimming the tree—and keep them entertained during winter break—with these free printable Christmas ornament coloring pages.
The Biden Administration's plans will begin immediately after the FDA and CDC authorize the COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5-11 years old, which could happen in a matter of weeks.
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Your child will likely contract cytomegalovirus (CMV) at some point in their life. Here's what parents should know about CMV, and why it's usually not a cause for concern in kids.
The parent-controlled version, which would've make Instagram accessible to those under 13 years old, is coming under scrutiny from lawmakers and regulators.