Most Baby Foods Contain Arsenic, Lead, and Other Heavy Metals, Study Finds
A report saying that baby food sold in the U.S. often contains potentially dangerous substances known as heavy metals has many parents wondering what, if anything, they can feed their babies, and just how serious the risks are.
Study Highlights Power of Family Resilience to Protect Children from Bullying
Findings suggest that children whose families cope well with adversity are less likely to be bullied, or to bully others.
The Unlikely Signs of Dyslexia You Should Not Ignore
Individuals with dyslexia don’t all read or spell words backward. Those who don’t fit the stereotype may not be diagnosed right away. Here’s what to look for.