Omicron caused fewer cases of MIS-C in children than delta and they were milder, reports new study

A new University at Buffalo study conducted at John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital is one.

Children as young as 3 to 5 recognize broken promises

When it comes to broken promises, children as young as three to five recognize that.

Look out for the early signs of autism

When children have autism, it’s possible to recognize the symptoms as early as when they.

Anti-inflammatory drugs commonly taken by children can cause alterations to dental enamel, study shows

A study conducted at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil and described in.

Antibodies to common antibiotic possible new risk factor for type 1 diabetes

Antibodies produced against the commonly used antibiotic, gentamicin, appear to increase the risk of type.

Scientists find inorganic food additives might make babies more vulnerable to allergies

Nanotechnologies have revolutionized food technology with changes to food production, manufacture, and processing that are.

Ebola may hit children harder and longer than adults, study suggests

A recent study on how Ebola affected children during an outbreak in the Democratic Republic.

Re-examining antibodies’ role in childhood allergies

The presence of food-specific IgA antibodies in the gut does not prevent peanut or egg.

Blood group can predict risk of contracting viral disease

The risk of being infected by parvovirus is elevated in those people who have blood.

Early diagnosis tool for childhood kidney disease

Early diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is key to managing the progression of the.