As the weather warms up, you and your family will probably be spending more time enjoying the great outdoors.
Smartphone and computer technology has completely turned the world around, providing helps in all areas of life from scheduling work to planning the kids’ meals.
In late fall and early spring, you’re probably not too concerned about catching colds and dealing with sore throats.
During your pregnancy, you might dread the renowned “sugar test” that your doctor will probably order around 24–28 weeks.
A large-scale analysis of research over 20 years suggests that all those vitamins and supplements you're taking may be doing more harm than good.
Q&A with Dr. Manny: How can you tell if you're truly stressed or if you just worry too much?
Since the end of the Olympics in Brazil and the onslaught of headlines regarding the 2016 U.S. presidential election, news surrounding the Zika virus has understandably received le...
Are certain foods causing your kids to have allergy-like symptoms? Here’s what you need to know
When you get a cold, people always say, “Drink lots of fluids”— but how will that actually make you feel better?
Q&A with Dr. Manny: I'm having anxiety thinking about flying with an infant. What can I do to make the experience less stressful?