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The lead scare in Flint, Michigan made a lot of parents concerned about lead poisoning in children
At Mindy's 29-week ultrasound, her obstetrician noticed a problem believed to be easily fixed but turned out to be a life-threatening condition for her son.
What parents need to know about Zika virus and microcephaly as temperatures rise in the U.S.
How to tell the difference between a common cold and whooping cough.
Samantha was born via a C-section 12 days after her original due date. Soon after birth, doctors discovered that she had a diaphragmatic hernia.
In 1992, Tyler was born and immediately diagnosed with 100% meconium aspiration syndrome. His case was serious enough to need a form of life support called ECMO.