• Dangerous Truth About Nut Allergies
    America’s most dangerous nut isn’t even a nut. The peanut is a legume, and an allergy to it can spell death by anaphylaxis, a sudden, severe, potentially fatal, systemic allergic reaction.
  • Eating Disorders in Kids and Tweens
    Most parents don't expect their child or their tween to develop an eating disorder, but body image is a stressor in young girls and parents need to know the signs and what to do.
  • Parental Illness: Helping Children Cope
    When a parent becomes seriously ill, children can be fraught with uncertainty, insecurity and confusion.
  • The ABCs of Child Eye Health
    Taking care of your child’s eyes — starting well before she’s able to read an eye chart — is crucial.
  • The Alarming Rise in Food Allergies
    Eating has become a risky business for millions of kids. We investigate why food allergies are on the rise and how we can keep our kids safe.
  • The Alarming Truth About Child Drownings in North Texas
    In 2015, 75 Texas children drowned, nearly half of which occurred in pools. Dallas County accounted for nine of those deaths — more than any other county in the state. Denton, Collin and Tarrant counties accounted for another 12 deaths.

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