How do you talk to your children about the bombings at the Boston Marathon?
A new study by the American Academy of Pediatrics says introducing solid foods too soon can cause health problems for your child down the road.
Are your kids safe online? You probably monitor their internet usage on the home computer or laptop but what about their mobile devices?
Dr. Mehmet Oz is warning consumers to avoid certain soft drinks that contain an ingredient also used as a flame retardant.
An app called Snapchat boasts 50-million "snaps" a day, but each of the images come and go in a matter of seconds.
Despite constant medical advances, there is still no cure for the common cold, and some families are turning to the past for relief.
Is your life an unorganized mess? You may be holding the answer to simplifying your schedule in the palm of your hand.
Some are calling it the new Instagram, while other say Snapchat is making a name for itself as the newest teen sexting tool.
Forget the blurry shots because of nerves or shaky hands. In the delivery room, some Moms and Dads are turning the picture taking job over to the pros.
British researchers suggest children who are abused may be at greater risk of cancer, heart disease and asthma.
The weekend could hold the biggest clues in finding out if your kids are sleep deprived.
Food and genetics may not be the only factors to blame for kids who struggle with their weight. A new study finds the containers that store food may also play a role.
In her time on 7 Action News, Diana Lewis has collected many memorable on air moments.