Bullying is a major health concern for kids and ranked 5th overall in this year’s NPCH Report of the top 10 child health issues. But many people define “bullying” in different ways and have different ideas of when and how schools should respond to bullying.
Childhood obesity has consistently been a leading issue in the National Poll on Children’s Health annual list of the top 10 health concerns for kids. Now that kids are back to school, it’s important for parents to consider the nutrition their children are receiving during the school day.
Bullying has become a serious health concern in the U.S. We asked adults across the country how they define the term “bullying” and when they think schools should take action if bullying occurs.
We asked parents of 13- to 17-year-olds about their perceptions of drug and alcohol use among teens in general, and their perceptions of their own teens’ drug and alcohol use.
Asthma attacks are more common in the fall as kids return to school. One of the common triggers of asthma attacks in children is exposure to tobacco smoke.
The presidential candidates are making every attempt to reach their audiences and gain votes. Health care has been a frequent topic of debate this year, but children’s health hasn’t been the focus of much political conversation.