A shipment of children’s toys coated in dangerously high levels of lead, cadmium and barium and bound for the U.S. was seized this month, CBP said.
The Salvation Army expects to have more than 8,000 children served by its Angel Tree program this year for families in need.
A newly filed lawsuit says the federal government is funding organizations that illegally discriminate against potential LGBTQ foster parents seeking to care for unaccompanied refugee children.
These initiatives come after Facebook announced late last month that it was pausing work on its Instagram for Kids project.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said families can feel safe trick-or-treating outdoors this Halloween as America's COVID-19 cases decline, especially for those who are vaccinated.
The Leander ISD PTA officially opened a second clothes closet with a ribbon cutting Saturday at Four Points Middle School in Northwest Austin.
Check out the following events available for Kyle families and kids of all ages to safely celebrate the year's spookiest holiday!
Researchers suggest the reason for the higher number found in infants is because they’re far more exposed to microplastics through items such as their teething toys, sippy cups and carpeting.
After two years of "barely scraping by," and living in debt, Karen Akpan and her husband Sylvester decided it was time to move their family into an RV to travel full time.
A new report by a U.S. House panel reveals “alarming levels” of toxic heavy metals in “even more” baby foods despite previous warnings to some baby food manufacturers.
The CDC said it “strongly recommends” COVID-19 vaccination either before or during pregnancy because “the benefits of vaccination outweigh known or potential risks.”
It is possible that, depending on how quickly the FDA offers approval, the shots could become available earlier in November, according to one official.
3.3 million Boppy products have been recalled after at least eight infant deaths were reportedly tied to the company's newborn loungers.
Marcia Lowry, the executive director of A Better Childhood, joins Rebecca Thomas to talk about the state’s troubled foster care system.
The state’s foster care system has been dangerous to children and embarrassing to the state for years. But with state officials constantly chasing other issues, it’s still suffering from neglect.
Karen and Tobias Thompson have seven adult children, 28 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. When they found out their niece and nephew were having trouble at home, they took them in -- then found out their half-sisters were in the foster system and were constantly being moved around. The couple ended up adopting all four children to keep them together.
For many North Texas children and their families, the COVID-19 crisis is hitting home. The hospital is putting their surgeries on hold to free beds for other children who are critically ill.
Pregnant women with COVID-19 are significantly more likely to have preterm births, among other complications. And in an emotional interview, we're hearing from a frontline doctor in Houston about the toll not just on pregnant women, but their families and the staff.
The father of a 7-year-old Michigan girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without her parents’ permission has filed a $1 million lawsuit.
There is evidence that children cut themselves with sharp objects, attempted to hang themselves to the point of losing consciousness, and ingested cleaning fluids.