Excessive use of technology takes toll on families' relationships
Brooke's risky behavior escalated from a young age, and Josh skipped school.
Author calls for mothers to stay home from work for 3 years after giving birth
Erica Komisar appears live on "GMA" to discuss her new book, "Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters," which is courting controversy.
New study shows no long-term cognitive benefits to breastfeeding
Dr. Jen Ashton appears live on "GMA" to discuss a new study that looks at a child's cognitive development and breastfeeding.
Guarding your Kids Against Screen Addiction During the Holidays
Dr. Richard Besser appears live on "GMA" to explain the dangers of "digital addiction" for children.
Leaked Documents Force Simone Biles to Reveal She Has ADHD
A leak of the U.S. Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast's medical information forced her to disclose that she has ADHD and uses medication for it.
Russians Eyed in Hack of Olympians' Medical Records
Now to that cyber hack. Targeting some of America's top athletes US officials defending them after files revealed some old files the Williams sisters and others got medical exemptions to take. Banned substances ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross is here with those details good
Study Links Acetaminophen Use in Pregnancy to Childhood Behavioral Problems
Acetaminophen is a common pain reliever and fever reducer found in brands such as Tylenol.
New Study Finds Younger Students More Likely to Get ADHD Diagnosis
The research shows that younger students in the classroom are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD than their older peers.
Study Finds ADHD Diagnosis Soaring Among Children
The study found the number of children diagnosed with ADHD is up 43 percent in less than a decade.
Parents May Be Best Detectors of ADHD in Their Children
The CDC observed that, in roughly 65 percent of reviewed cases, parents were often the first to recognize early signs of ADHD.