Children's Health NPR reports on children's health and medical news including health insurance, new treatments for diseases, and child product safety recalls. Subscribe to the RSS feed.
New Lesson at School: What to Do in a Shooting
'Cheese' Heroin Hooking Young Users in Dallas
School Helps Autistic Kids Navigate 'Foreign Land'
Doctor: China's Stem-Cell Therapy for Kids Is Risky
Stopping Deaths From Incorrect Drug Doses
Stem-Cell Therapy in China Draws Foreign Patients
Study: 25 Percent of Teens Have STDs
Listen to this 'Talk of the Nation' topic
Twins: Double the Pleasure, Double the Fun?
Pediatrician: What Parents Should Know About Autism
Case Stokes Debate About Autism, Vaccines
Recall of Beef Hits School Lunches Hard
Bill to Overhaul Toy-Safety Testing Agency
Health Officials Weigh Yearly Flu Shot for Kids
Fewer Salty Snacks Linked to Fewer Sips of Soda