J&J to seek US Supreme Court review on unit's bankruptcy
J&J hopes the Supreme Court will overrule a 3rd Circuit decision which declared bankruptcy of it's subsidiary as improper. J&J hoped the bankruptcy would save it from lawsuits.
Mental health workers shortage has created a growing healthcare crisis
A mental health worker shortage has caused a crisis among kids and teenagers who need service. People who work in the field say this worker shortage could be detrimental.
Sen. Kennedy: Social media 'lowered the cost of being an A-hole,' making young women 'very fragile'
Sen. John Kennedy spoke Tuesday at the Senate Judiciary Committee's hearing on "Protecting Our Children Online," expressing concern about social media's effects on kids.
Recalled Fisher-Price sleeper now linked to roughly 100 deaths, CPSC says
Fisher-Price and the CPSC “reannounced” a recall of Rock ‘n Play Sleepers on Monday, saying that eight fatalities have occurred after the initial recall announcement.
TikTok algorithm boosts posts about eating disorders, self-harm to teens, researchers say
Researchers at a nonprofit organization say they have found evidence that TikTok's algorithms push videos promoting self-harm to teenagers on the platform.
American Girl blasted for girl's guidebook pushing transgender puberty blockers as fix to body image issues
American Girl was blasted by parents and conservative journalists for its new 96-page girl's guidebook advising girls uncomfortable with their bodies to seek puberty blockers.
Abbott recalls several ready-to-feed liquid baby formula
Abbott is recalling several of its ready-to-feed baby formula products due to a bottle defect that could result in the product being spoiled.
Pfizer seeks approval for omicron booster in kids over 5 years old
Pfizer is seeking approval from the FDA for its updated COVID-19 booster shot targeting the omicron variant in kids between the ages of 5 and 11.
UPPAbaby recalls over 14,000 strollers after child loses a finger
The popular stroller company UPPAbaby is recalling over 14,000 strollers after a child was injured by their product, according to the CPSC.
14K UPPAbaby jogging strollers recalled due to amputation risk after reported injury to child
Childcare brand UPPAbaby and the Consumer Product Safety Commission have partnered to issue a voluntary recall on specific models of the RIDGE jogging stroller.
Conservative children's publisher Brave Books releases book on healthy living
Fitness coach, rapper and political commentator Zuby has released his first children's book on healthy living through conservative publisher Brave Books.
FDA's ban on Juul e-cigarettes delayed by appeals court
Juul can temporarily continue to sell its vape products after a federal appeals court temporarily delayed the FDA's ban on the e-cigarette giant.
U.S. begins rolling out COVID vaccines for young children
According to the White House's COVID-19 response coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha, the U.S has begun distributing COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as six months.
FDA panel recommends Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines for children as young as 6 months old
Pfizer and Moderna's vaccines for children as young as 6 months old could be available next week after an FDA advisory panel recommended them on Wednesday.
Ann Turner Cook, original Gerber baby, dead at 95
Ann Turner Cook, whose face became the iconic Gerber logo nearly a century ago, has died at the age of 95.
Pfizer asks FDA to authorize COVID-19 vaccine for children younger than 5 years old
Pfizer asked the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday authorize three doses of their COVID-19 vaccine for children younger than 5 years old.
Baby formula crisis: Dem lawmaker questions Abbott on how it spent savings from GOP tax cuts
Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., is questioning Abbott Laboratories' business practices after the shutdown of one of the company's plants exacerbated the baby formula shortage in the U.S.
Pelosi says 'indictment' might be needed over baby formula shortage
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Tuesday that "there might be need for indictment" over the ongoing baby formula shortage in the U.S.
Baby formula shortage has Abbott leaning on Ireland, Ohio factories
Abbott Nutrition said Friday it has bolstered production at its baby formula manufacturing plants in Ireland and Michigan in an effort to ease the shortages exacerbated by the shutdown of its
House Republicans demand answers from Biden administration on baby formula shortage
House Republicans are pressing the Biden administration to take action on the country's ongoing nationwide shortage of baby formula.