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Mon, Sep 22, 2014 11:54 AM
The nasal spray vaccine proved to be 50 percent more effective in kids ages 2 to 8, but if a nasal spray isn't available, the CDC encourages the typical injection vaccine.
Kids spend more time on their screens over the summer, often unsupervised. Here's how to stop cyber trouble before it starts.
Technology gives us new ways to prevent theft and to track down our stolen stuff.
Dorothy Hunter says the ingredients in healthy pet foods are no different from what humans eat, so she's chowing down on kibble and canned food to prove it.
New research links tween texting use with their likelihood to engage in sexting as well as sexual activity.
Ending a friendship can be hard — but it can be rewarding too.
You've just found yourself lost at sea. Do you have the skills to survive until rescuers arrive?
Keep these four surprising facts in mind anytime you're near a beach with breaking waves.
Who doesn't have World Cup fever? Watch this surprisingly agile tortoise play ball with a canine friend. [Video]
Meet Booboo, one of the most photogenic guinea pigs on the Internet!
New research may help predict which teens will go on to drink responsibly and which ones will have problems with binge drinking and addiction.
Before you fire up that BBQ and break out the sparklers, check out these fun facts about America's favorite holiday.
The trailblazing organization aims to spread its no-kill philosophy to shelters around the country.
The Internet and social media are changing how we think about privacy. When it comes to regulation, Europe and America have very different approaches.
New research leads some health experts to suggest that the maximum age for sperm donors be raised to 45.
Taller than the Statue of Liberty, this 17-story monster slide looks like an absolute blast.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.