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A New Mexico school district is making it OK for kids with medical marijuana prescriptions to take the drug on campus. Find out why here!
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A new study found that parents are giving nonprescription antibiotics to their children, but that can pose a serious danger. See why.
We assume pediatricians prescribe drugs that help children. The truth is, few medications are approved for use in kids. Are off-label drugs safe?
See why this could be a game changer for young people’s health.
Scientists may have found a new method of cancer treatment that targets the mechanics of T cells, the body’s natural immune response to cancer.
Like it or not, marijuana is becoming legalized in more states all the time. So when it comes to parents and pot, what do you need to know?