If you’re having a rough time navigating the pandemic, your kids might be as well. Get some tips for how to tell if they’re struggling and ways to help them cope from a pediatric psychologist.
Is your teen unexplainably exhausted these days, complaining of a sore throat or looking kind of yellow? It could be a sign of mononucleosis, also known as mono. Learn about the symptoms here.
The fun doesn’t have to stop because it’s cold outside. Here are 10 wintery activities you can do with your kids to help them reach developmental milestones.
Sledding can be a lot of fun, but it also comes with plenty of risks. Kids account for nearly 70% of sledding injuries. But that doesn’t mean you have to skip this wintry activity. An ER doc shares tips for being careful while having fun.
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Spanking has long been used as a disciplinary tactic for children, but does it really work? Experts say there are better ways.
What should you do if your school-aged child is still wetting the bed? Learn more about what causes bedwetting and how to solve this problem at home.
Lead paint isn’t new and neither are the dangers of it. Learn how lead poisoning affects kids and adults and what we can do to stay safe.
A new baby is a joyful time! And keeping your baby safe while they sleep is critical. These safe sleeping practices are important to know for anyone caring for a baby to help to prevent SIDS.
Puberty blockers can make a huge difference for kids who feel like their bodies are betraying them. Learn how they work from a pediatric endocrinologist.
Clearing your baby or toddler’s stuffy nose can be tricky, but there are sways to make the process easier. Relieve them of their congestion with these simple tips.