Children's Health and Parenting - Videos

Autism Controversy at Cleveland Clinic?

A doctor at the Cleveland Clinic wrote an unauthorized blog questioning whether preservatives used in vaccines are safe for infants. Since the blog was released there has been a huge backlash in the medical community.

Vaccine Skeptic to Lead National Vaccine Safety Review?

Notorious anti-vaccer Robert Kennedy Jr. told reporters that President-elect Trump asked him to chair a commission on vaccination safety and scientific integrity, leaving many in the medical community up in arms.

5 Ways to Promote a Healthy Body Image for Boys

Whether in magazines or on the Internet, boys hear the message that in order to be more masculine they need a chiseled physique. Get tips on how to help your son develop a healthy body image.

Do Millennials Need “Adulting School”?

The Doctors discuss a new school for millennials who are struggling to do grown-up things. Katie Brunelle, co-founder of the school in Portland, Maine shares just what adult skills the school teaches.

Hire an Expert to Sleep Train Your Baby?

Sleepless nights are a common complaint for parents of newborns, but would you pay someone $30 an hour to sleep train your baby for you?

Trapped inside Urgent Care!

A Washington mother took her sick baby to urgent care. While they were in the waiting room, the clinic closed for the evening forgetting they were there! What would you do?

Kids Cost How Much to Raise?

The United States Department of Agriculture has released new data that shows the average cost to raise a child from birth to age 17 is a whopping $233,000. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

Is Your Child Too Stressed? Psychologist Gives the Key Signs to Spot

It's tough being a kid these days. Most parents are trying to find ways to let their kids be kids. Buzz60's Nick Cardona tells us why psychologists are telling parents to be on the lookout.

How to Talk to Children Without Using 'Parentspeak'

The key to communicating with your children may be understanding what not to say. WSJ's Jennifer Lehr and Lunch Break's Tanya Rivero discuss ways parents can speak that helps them understand their children's feelings rather than demanding compliance. Photo: Getty

Mom Asked to Leave First-Class Over Crying Baby

Imagine paying for 2 first class seats for a cross-country flight, only to be asked to leave the cabin and sit in coach. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.

Child Safety Tip: Anchor Dressers to Walls

A close call for a family in Utah may be the wake up call that households in Kansas City need.

Can Toddlers Tell When You’re Lying?

Lying to your kids is common, but do toddlers know when you’re fibbing? A new study analyzed children’s behavior at 2.5 years old and found that they are more advanced than previously thought.

This Teacher Has Found the Key to Turning Her Kids on to Math

Elementary school math teacher Nadine Ebri wrote a catchy song for her students about long division. Not only does the song remind them of all the steps necessary in solving long problems, it gets them amped for a subject that students often dread.

Chiropractic Adjustments on Babies?!

A trip to the chiropractor may not seem like a big deal, but what if the patient is only a few days old? Pediatrician Dr. Dafna Ahdoot and chiropractors Dr. Stuart and Teri Warner join The Doctors to discuss the safety of baby adjustments.

Is it Safe for Babies to Get Chiropractic Adjustments?

Is it beneficial for a baby to see a chiropractor? Pediatrician Dr. Dafna Ahdoot and chiropractors Dr. Stuart and Teri Warner join The Doctors to discuss the safety of baby adjustments.

Little Blue Pill Could Save My Daughter

The little blue pill is known for helping men with erectile dysfunction, but could it help save the lives of children with a rare lymphatic condition?

Closing the Language Gap Between Boys and Girls

Many parents of 12- to 14-year-old boys wonder why they seem so clueless. WSJ's Sue Shellenbarger and Lunch Break's Tanya Rivero discuss new studies that explain why boys tend to stumble when it comes to executive-function skills in their early teens. Photo: Getty

Being A Parent Loses Its Luster After A Year

The glow of parenthood only lasts about 12 months, according to new research. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details on this study.

The Subtle Movements that are Signs of a Serious Condition in Babies

A Kansas couple says they first noticed their son's unusual movements when he was two months old and found out it was a serious condition that is often misdiagnosed.

Reality Star Tami Roman’s Fertility Struggle

Tami Roman and her fiancé Reggie Youngblood have struggled behind closed doors to conceive a child. Tami and Reggie join The Doctors to seek help in the conception journey.

Mall Santa Fat-Shames 9-Year-Old?

One 9-year-old went to visit Santa at the local mall and left with insults instead of a candy cane.

Surprises for Boy Afraid of Food

Michael and Sandra join The Doctors to get some help for Michael who only eats five things. Check out the amazing surprises The Doctors have in store for Michael.

My Son Is Scared of Food!

Michael and his mom Sandra join The Doctors to discuss Michael’s lifelong fear of pretty much all food. Can he get past it?

Boy Afraid of Food Seeks Help

Michael and Sandra meet with psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow to see if they can get to the root of Michael’s crippling fear of food.

Toy Vending Machine Surprise?

The Doctors discuss one 7-year-old’s surprise when she got a toy out of a vending machine at her local pizzeria.

The New York Times: What a Donkey Knows About Autism

From The New York Times: A man uses burro racing to help his son with autism.By: By JULIANA BROSTE. Watch the original video on Times Video: http://nyti.ms/2hktHsD

Rare Disease Affects Siblings!

Parents Kelly and Ryan join The Doctors to spread awareness about their sons' rare diagnosis. Check out the surprises that The Doctors have in store for them.

Champagne Party for 13 Year Old?

Real Housewife and author Heather Dubrow joins The Doctors to discuss a young teenager’s birthday party that recently made the news. Would you allow your 13-year-old to attend a champagne party?

'Papa' is the New Favorite Hipster Word for 'Dad'

According to an article in The Daily Beast, hipster dad's prefer to be called papa. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

Baby Born with Giant Tongue

Paisley was born with an oversized tongue making it very hard for her to breath without choking! Parents Madison and Shannon join The Doctors to talk about Paisley's unusual condition.
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