“Love is in the air” in the Duggar household this spring as TLC’s hit reality show "19 Kids and Counting" premieres tonight.
The kids who are popular, but not quite at the top of the school’s hierarchy, are a previously overlooked group of bullying victims, new research finds.
One woman is teaching parents to connect with their developmentally disabled children through music.
New data sheds light on children, as young as nine-years-old, dealing with “abnormal levels” of cholesterol. NBC News' Erika Edwards reports.
Computers have found a way to recognize 21 distinct facial expressions, including more complex ones like "sadly angry” or "happily disgusted.”
NBC News' Kate Snow and Chuck Todd discuss the rush to sign up on the Affordable Health Care web site, and the total number of people who have sign up so far.
Watch the full replay of the webcast on the Affordable Health Care Act, anchored by NBC news' Kate Snow, with NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd.
Millions of Americans have just a few hours left to sign up for insurance under President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. The Obama administration is making a final push to sign people up. NBC chief political director Chuck Todd weighs in on the plan, and White House correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Twenty-one cases of measles in California, the worst outbreak the state has seen, are caused by under-vaccinated or unvaccinated kids, says Dr. Nancy Snyderman.
Louis C.K. made fun of lots of things in his opening monologue on "Saturday Night Live," including attending his daughter's school play.