Named MEDKID 1, 2 and 3, each white and orange wagon sports flashing lights, a cozy seat, helmet, pretend radio and all the official EMS stickers.
A program called Coaching Boys Into Men works to reduce dating violence and sexual assault by leveraging the influence of coaches, and it's working in more than 30 school districts across Western Pennsylvania.
Pittsburgh has a plan of action for teen mental health and is on the right path to helping families. With community input, a pilot program will begin by summer 2017.
Sky-high costs, long waiting lists, and limited options have made finding child care a national challenge. Pittsburgh organizations offer assistance to find solutions.
Research shows that the first few years of life play a critical role in children’s health and wellbeing. Whether you’re an expecting parent, new parent or someone who cares for young children, it can be overwhelming to figure out what it takes to raise healthy kids. Let’s Move Pittsburgh, a program of Phipps Conservatory modeled...
About a third of all births are emotionally traumatic for the mother. Postpartum women who are struggling emotionally can feel a lot of shame, which may prevent them from getting the help that they need.
Cold weather is no reason to huddle under comforters and gaze at screens. Get everyone out of the house and head to these favorite indoor activities where physical meets fun!
The Midwife Center's $3.5-million expansion will double its 5,000 square feet, becoming the “the largest free-standing birth center in the country,” according to executive director Christine Haas.
PA schools aren’t required to test for lead or radon, so many Pittsburgh-area districts don’t, leaving parents worried about their children's health.
Chatham physical therapy students are working to help children with mobility impairments experience the thrill of driving their own toy car.