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Birthing This Many Kids May Increase Alzheimer’s Risk By 70%

The number of times a woman gives birth can greatly affect her chances of developing Alzheimer's Disease, according to a new study.

Parents Are Paying Experts To Have The Sex Talk With Their...

'The New York Post' reports that a couple that has been struggling to have the talk with their kids is willing to pay someone $3,500 to do the job for them. Are these kids getting a masters in sex?

Study: Kids Complete Boring Chores Better When Dressed As Batman

Both kids and adults like to believe in superheroes because mythic figures like Batman provide hope when life is at it's bleakest.

Majority Of Pediatricians Support Medical Marijuana For Kids With Cancer

A new survey shows a huge majority of doctors who treat children with cancer would be willing to prescribe medical marijuana to aid in their treatment.

Indianapolis Parents Fights To Treat Baby Girl With CBD

Indiana child services threatened to remove a 20-month girl from her home because her mom and dad chose to treat their daughter with CBD-based medicine.

Ask Dr. Green: Will Marijuana’s CBD Help My Son’s Dravet Syndrome?

My son has suffered from Dravet syndrome and his condition is not improving. I have watched videos of children benefiting from CBD-rich cannabis tincture.

This Study Proves That Medical Marijuana Can Help Children

Medical marijuana has demonstrated to be a helpful therapy for adults, but administering it to children remains a controversial topic.

Science: Here Is The Single Best Way To Save The Planet

Here's some advice from scientists who have calculated just how much of an environmental impact this one thing has on the earth.

Anti-Drug DARE Program Making A Comeback In Colorado

If you grew up in the 1980s, you probably remember a police officer visiting your classroom to explain the dangers of drugs though the DARE program.

Guess What? Asking Kids About Drugs Won’t Make Them Use Drugs

a team from the University of Washington found that discussing undesirable behavior — including drug use — does not encourage children to try it.