Health and Safety
Night Terrors: A Need-to-Know Guide for Parents
They’re sort of like nightmares, but not quite the same. Here’s what parents need to know about night terrors, how they differ from nightmares and how they should handle the situation next time they strike.
Could Your Child Have IBS?
Think chronic bowel issues only affect adults? Think again. Kids can face the same battle. Here’s what parents should know about IBS and IBD in kids.
5 Steps to the Perfect Pediatrician
With a relationship that theoretically will span 18 years, it’s a selection that should be wisely made. Here’s what to look for when seeking the perfect pediatric fit.
The Latest in Brain Injury Research
Brain injuries remain a hot topic when it comes to youth sports and activities. Here’s the latest on the issue and what parents need to know.
Preparing Your Kids for Social Media
If your child is getting old enough to explore an online existence on social media sites, we offer suggestions for making the journey safe and smooth.
5 Ideas to Help Bring Bullying to an End
A look at the realities of bullying and what can be done despite the facts.
The Most Common Dental Health Issues in Kids
Their permanent teeth come in early and have to last a lifetime. Here’s how to help your kids protect their pearly whites against the most common dental health issues children face.
Baby 101: The Most FAQs of First-Time Parents
Real pediatricians answer the most commonly asked questions of first-time parents.
Staying Healthy During the Sick Season
Doctor-recommended tips for navigating flu season, health intact.
Child Trafficking: A Need-to-Know Guide
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. And if you think it’s a problem that only affects “other people,” think again. Here’s what you need to know.
Why Hand Washing Matters
It’s cold and flu season, which means it’s crucial to keep the spread of germs to a minimum. Here’s one easy way to do just that.
My Story: My Premature Baby's Birth Story
A first-hand account of what it’s really like to have a baby who weighs less than three pounds.
Put a Stop to the Stutters
If your child struggles with stuttering, here’s what you need to know to nip it in the bud, self-confidence intact.
Navigating Halloween with Food Allergies
Halloween can seem insurmountable if your child has food allergies. Not so. Try these minor adjustments, and your child can enjoy the season like every other kid.
How to Tell if Your Child Has Bipolar Disorder
How to tell if your child is experiencing more than just adolescent mood swings. Could it be bipolar disorder?