For centuries, humans have watched with fascination the systematic progression of children’s mental development. From simply looking at faces and smiling, to rolling over, to sitting, to walking and then the miracle of speaking — how does it happen? Why is it almost the same with all children?
People always have been interested in “fear” and what causes humans to feel this emotion. Fear is known to most people, and if people didn’t feel fear, they wouldn’t be able to protect themselves from legitimate threats.
Current statistics reveal that Black men are at a 75 percent increased risk of developing prostate cancer when compared to white men, and they’re twice as likely to die from it. A recent study takes a big step toward the development of a score to determine a man’s risk of prostate cancer, in…
Would you rather be gasping for breath or take the minuscule risk of some side effect of a vaccine that has been safely taken by hundreds of millions worldwide?
After more than a year of “pandemic life,” we’re all eager to return to some sense of normalcy. For many families, this includes travel. Dr. Gary Kirkilas writes in healthychildren.org some guidelines for families with young children.