Refugees are working to shine light on a message of resilience Saturday to help bring about change in the community through an inspiring theater production.
The community is rallying support for seniors in need this weekend.
Lawmakers are preparing to vote on new GOP health care legislation that would repeal and replace Obamacare.
Two West Richland toddlers are fighting for their lives against a rare genetic disorder taking away their ability to speak, walk, and even breath on their own.
To fight childhood obesity it's important for kids to be involved in sports. But occasionally, kids might lose interest and want to quit. See tips here on how to keep your kids in sports.
With some cases of the mumps being reported around the U.S., find out more about what symptoms to look for and how mumps can spread.
As many parents realize, bringing together small children at daycare builds character and social skills -- while also spreading germs.
You should always be sure keep your well-baby visit appointments with your baby's pediatrician because the visits help your doctor check on the growth and development of your child.
Find out how misusing antibiotics can lead to an increase of drug-resistant germs.
When young children go to the doctor, it's a chance to get more than just a checkup. You can learn a lot from your doctor.
How much time should your child spend each day watching TV, movies or playing on a smartphone or computer? Find out here.
Trying to juggle kids' schedules and work can be hectic. Get tips on how to focus here.
Is your child constantly getting up throughout the night? Use these tips to help your child stay in bed all night.
Daylight Saving Time officially ended at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1, and sometimes, the extra hour of sleep takes some adjustment.
Summer can be busy. To make the most of family time follow these tips to make time for family bonding.
Your family's happiness before school and work may depend on what you do the night before.
Parents are hearing a lot these days about the hazards of today's "indoor childhood," with kids spending countless hours on electronic media. But one consequence may be going undetected. National Wildlife Federation's new parent guide highlights the connection between the time kids spend playing outdoors and sleep deprivation.
To keep your family safe in the sun this summer take a look at these tips from the experts on how to properly use sunscreen.
The best sunscreen is one that you'll use generously and according to label directions. Here's help understanding sunscreen ingredients, types of sunscreen and more.
They might be pretty, but fireworks can frighten your pets.
If you're sweltering in the stands at a youth sporting event, imagine what it's like for the athletes. Learn who's at risk of dehydration — and how to prevent it.
Going to the gym can make your muscles bigger and stronger. But improving your heart may be the most important workout.
With childhood obesity rates rising, we know children need to get regular exercise, but how much exercise should they be getting?
Many foods that you think have health benefits may hold hidden dangers for your diet.