A new study suggests a connection between pregnant women's use of acetaminophen and young children's behavioral issues.
More than 100,000 cabinet latches were recalled nationwide.
Grandparents raising their grandchildren is happening more often across the country, including in Arizona where 62,000 grandparents are taking on the role. Arizona Helping Hands wants to help those families become licensed to be able to receive so many more resources.
New survey results from the Census Bureau show the most detailed data to date on how life changed in the U.S. under COVID-19.
A new study reveals that older children are more skeptical when adults make surprising claims
Nestle S.A.'s Gerber Products Company CEO Tarun Malkani said during a media event that the Nestlé company is still in "critical task force mode."
More than 14,000 recalled strollers have been sold at BuyBuyBaby, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Pottery Barn Kids and on Amazon.
The former social worker is accused of making sexual advances towards parents, and targeting the families if the advances were denied.
A pregnant Houston woman says the blood thinner prescription she needs to stay alive will cost up to $5,000.
And that's before they even hit college.
Snap has launched Snapchat's Family Center, which introduces parental controls and account linking to the social media app
Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport is launching its "Employee Child Care Scholarship" beginning Aug. 8. It's funded by a $4 million grant from the city of Phoenix, hoping to attract more workers to one of the country's busiest airports. The scholarship serves as an added benefit for workers who've been challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic, while also positioning Sky Harbor as one of the first airports to offer this kind of program.
Hundreds of nursing moms in the Valley came together in Chandler to donate to moms in need during the baby formula shortage. Now, they're working to empower and support one another.
The jarring figures don't include any spending on the baby after he or she is born.
The pandemic-era federal aid that made school meals available for free to all public school students — regardless of family income levels — is ending, raising fears about the effects in the upcoming school year for families already struggling with rising food and fuel costs.
Young families like the Thorstesens have some decisions to make regarding the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine for infants and toddlers. Dr. Andrew Carroll has the pediatric doses of Pfizer and is ready to administer them in his Chandler office. He says it’s important to get the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine to protect the child and other family members.
Devyn Ricks says she’s not only teaching children how to master a video game but other life skills.
Arizona foster parents were surprised by 14 children they've fostered over the years. "I think it taught us a lot about how to accept others and come from different places."
A Denton County family grew a lot Wednesday morning when a couple adopted seven siblings. It's a sad story with a really nice ending.
A WalletHub report compared 182 cities, focusing on each city’s family fun, health and safety, education and child care, affordability, and socio-economics, based on 46 metrics.