Walmart is reaching out to families offering free virtual summer camps. Meanwhile, Walgreens is looking for ways to diversify family medical care with walk-in clinics. And a study shows toddlers who grow up with a dog get along better with others and perform better in school.
A new report shows children are not getting enough exercise. Doctors say adults should set examples to get kids moving and maintaining an active lifestyle.
A young man who battled coronavirus was reunited with his health care workers after weeks on the mend.
A mother of ten is setting off on a nationwide motorcycle ride to honor Bessie Stringfield, the first African-American woman to ride across the United States solo, and one of the few civilian motorcycle dispatch riders for the US Army during World War II.
The coronavirus pandemic is causing children anxiety that could lead to mental illness in the future.
Good Day Orlando's Danielle Knox has the story.
College dreams have been put on hold by many due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, many students are turning to local community colleges as an alternative to the traditional university.
The family road trip is making a comeback. A Gas Buddy survey says one in three families have travel plans for their summer vacations this year.
Pets can tell when something's different. Experts say pets are picking up their owner's anxiety triggered by stress from the coronavirus pandemic. Just like humans, pets prefer routines and become anxious if there is a drastic change.
The coronavirus pandemic is hitting the working poor particularly hard, and the program that helps them is struggling too. The Heart of Florida United Way says many families are one emergency away from financial ruin.
As many work remotely from home, some are beginning to experience anxiety from too much screen time and all of the adjustments of balancing work and leisure.
Home-schooling has been a challenge for parents who don't feel completely prepared for this era of distance learning. Now, a group of high school seniors is helping out as tutors.
Pediatricians advise that parents not skip regular wellness checks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Allergy season is in full bloom in Central Florida, so how can tell if some symptoms are related to allergies or something more serious. It's especially concerning, because some of those symptoms mimic the coronavirus.
Families are struggling amid the coronavirus outbreak. Some are losing their jobs while others have been infected by the virus.
A woman who survived Stage III breast cancer has designed comfortable clothing to accommodate post-surgery drainage tubes.
A college cheerleader who became hooked on vaping at the age of 18 said he almost died.
FOX 35 News met a woman who recently learned more about her family's military history, all thanks to a DNA test.
One woman stood outside with a sign asking for mentors for her school. And, it worked!
Danielle Knox sits down with a woman who received a double lung transplant.