Once bikes and helmets are adjusted to fit, they're good to take home.
The shortage is being addressed at all levels to help parents in need of formula. National, statewide and local assistance options are available.
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, giving us resources, and a grim reality.
According to state health officials, there are 107 kids currently in patient beds around Michigan - a record-high for the pandemic.
With the approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for kids, another 68,000 residents in Detroit and several hundred thousand in Michigan are newly eligible to get inoculated.
The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is 90% effective at preventing symptomatic cases of COVID-19 in kids.
For those that have gotten the vaccine, their arm can get sore and some redness can appear at the injection site. A headache and fever may follow. Is it the same for kids?
“I was ready to get her vaccinated back when the older kids were approved. I just couldn't do it,” said Dr. Matthew Sims of Beaumont Health.
This new school year is full of questions and worry. Dr. Asha has advice for parents and kids before school start.
High levels of E. Coli pose a risk to the lives of Michiganders. Lake Independence has been reopened after a brief closure.
The state of Michigan is issuing some guidance to protect your wallet and loved ones when dealing with mosquitos and other pests this summer.
CARE of Southeast Michigan is offering a summer program for children.
Whether you're a former Wolverine quarterback or a Milford preschool teacher, guiding kids into the post-Covid world will be a challenge. We spoke to both to learn how they're helping guide them through it.
The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for adolescents age 12-15, which means parents can now take their kids to get vaccinated against COVID-19. Here's what to expect after your teen gets the shot.
The technology to screen a child’s eye movement to make an autism diagnosis already exists. But a mobile app version would not only make early diagnosis more practical, but it would also make early intervention easier.
At its peak, 70 Michigan kids had been hospitalized last week with COVID-19, the highest recorded since the start of the pandemic.
Michigan hospitals have admitted 70 kids with COVID-19, the highest rate yet. While children still have better outcomes than older age groups do when infected, the trend is still sobering for many.
Michigan's largest city, Detroit, has one of the lowest childhood immunization rates in the state, dropping below 50%.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged multiple parents in the nonfatal shooting incidents involving their children.
Experts say reactions to the pandemic like isolation, not having a schedule, and not staying occupied could be the reason for the increased number of eating disorders seen in teens.