Tooth Fairy Payouts Are On The Decline, Survey FindsWhile the "tooth fairy's generosity" grew to $4.66 per tooth in 2016, kids only got $4.13 last year.
Babies Who Look Like Their Dads Are Healthier, Study SaysA new study has concluded that babies who look like their fathers tend to be healthier than other children.
Overdoses, Several Arrests Linked To Gummy Bears Laced With DrugsAt least four high school students have been treated recently for possible drug overdoses after eating gummy bears which were allegedly laced with narcotics.
Kids Use Tech So Much They Can't Hold A Pencil Anymore, Doctors Saya group of doctors is now saying young children in the digital generation can't even hold a pen or pencil anymore.
Europe Blames Anti-Vaccination Movement For Surge In Measles CasesThe World Health Organization (WHO) says there were over 21,000 cases of the dangerous virus recorded in Europe last year, four times the number recorded in 2016.
Can Your Baby's Name Predict Future Success? Study Says YesAccording to the findings, parents of an "Oscar" or a "George" will be happy to know their sons had the highest future average salary.
Eating Fish Makes Kids Smarter And Sleep Better, Study SaysA study found that children who ate fish at least twice a week scored nearly five points higher on IQ tests taken at age 12.
$100 Million Grant Sending Sesame Street To The Middle EastA $100 million grant from the MacArthur Foundation, a non-profit that "supports creative people and effective institutions," is being given to the Sesame Workshop.
Kids Ask 73 Questions A Day, Many Parents Can't Answer, Study SaysDr. Wass and his team found that parents are turning to Google more often to deliver the perfect response to tough questions.
Gov. Wolf Calls For Universal Lead Testing For InfantsGov. Tom Wolf is calling on lawmakers to enact legislation that would provide for universal lead testing of all infants in Pennsylvania.
Pets Do Not Benefit Kids' Health, Study FindsDogs and cats have no "significant" impact on children's mental and physical health, according to a new study by the Rand Corporation.
Second-Born Kids More Likely To Become Criminals, Study FindsThe "curse of the second-born" child might actually be true, a new study shows.

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