We urge you to get your flu shot this year. Learn about our COVID-19 safety measures.
Accidents are a leading cause of death for children. Learn how to set up a safe home.
Vaccines are safe and effective and children, adolescents, pregnant women, and adults should receive routine immunizations.
Lead screenings are down during the pandemic, but lead poisoning is on the rise.
Although it's good to let your kids rest and relax this summer, it's important to make sure they don't become couch potatoes.
Your child’s well visit is safe and essential. Skipping vaccines puts your child at risk for life-threatening diseases like measles and whooping cough.
WGBY Connecting Point: Dr. John O'Reilly discusses the very rare COVID-19 related disease which can be dangerous for children.
Art can be used as a therapeutic tool, serving as a vehicle for self-care and awareness.
There has been an early increase in cases of the highly contagious respiratory syncytial virus, better known as simply RSV.
Clinical nurse educator Teresa Connolly of Baystate Children’s Hospital offers some tips on getting the most accurate reading when taking your child’s temperature.