The Michigan Human Services Department said a report shows improvements in the state’s child welfare system, while a group that sued the state says the agency “is still struggling in its most crucial mission.”
The state says there’s enough money to keep WIC going for a bit amid a partial federal government shutdown.
About half of Michigan’s Medicaid-eligible children now qualify for dental coverage.
The United Way of Southeastern Michigan is launching a four day Stuff-the-Bus campaign Monday.
Can your kids’ diet make a difference in how they perform at school? Some experts say yes.
More than 7,000 pairs of pajamas are being recalled because they fail federal flammability standards.
Less than 72 percent of young children and 63 percent of Michigan adolescents are fully immunized, according to the Michigan State Medical Society.
A partnership between Detroit Public Schools and a nonprofit group aims to educate students about healthy eating and includes planting new gardens at schools.
This is a debate that isn’t going away any time soon: To spank or not to spank?
Keeping kids away from T-V and video games in the summer can be a challenge, but one area program has some cool incentives to get kids moving.