If your kids are couch potatoes, an upcoming study in The Journal of Pediatrics recommends using "excer-gaming" to improve their health.
A press release from the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office mentions a Poker Run happening the weekend of May the 18th at Fort Walton Beach.
Rockets were flying at Abbeville High School.
A new study shows bicycle helmets saves more lives in states that legally require them.
A first of its kind study finds a child is treated in an emergency room just about every other hour for injuries from amusement rides.
When summer rolls around and students are out of school finding something for them to do can be a hassle for working parents. News 4's Muriel Bailey spent the day finding local summer programs to keep kids busy.
Katie was born with Proteus Syndrome, which caused her head to outweigh a good portion of her body. Doctors performed successful reconstructive surgery a few weeks ago, but Katie still has many procedures ahead.
Florida legislators are wrapping up their negotiations on a proposed $74 billion budget.
A new study finds premature babies who listen to live music are better able to eat, sleep and become comfortable in their new surroundings.
New research shows children serve themselves larger portions when they use larger plates.
In the fourth quarter of the Cornhuskers’ annual spring game, 7 year-old Jack Hoffman who is battling pediatric brain cancer and has been adopted by the NU football family came in facing a critical fourth-and-one and scored TD.
Dothan City School officials have decided not to eliminate magnet schools and will now move in a new direction.
One in 88 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with Autism. But recent studies show those numbers may be changing.
Cases of malignant melanoma in light-skinned children are going up.
Vitamin D may help prevent diabetes in obese children.
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