In the spirit of the season and Giving Tuesday, December 3, an expert talks to parents about ways to encourage their kids to give back to their community.
The holidays are an opportunity to teach your children about the importance — and joy — of giving back to the community. The benefits of these lessons go way beyond childhood, too. Find some tips to introducing the importance of giving back, even from a young age.
You’ve got your shopping list in hand — and mapped out the shortest route with the least traffic between every toy store in the city. But with all the season’s excitement, don’t forget to double check that your gifts age-appropriate and safe picks.
It’s easy to let holiday stress get the best of you. But, it doesn’t have to (and shouldn’t) be that way. Follow these expert tips for keeping the good tidings in your season.
A wandering gaze and avoiding eye contact are hallmarks of many autism spectrum disorders (ASD). And according to recent research, they may appear earlier in children than previously thought.
A new study shows that for many children with the spinal condition scoliosis, wearing a back brace may significantly slow its progression —and even eliminate the need for surgery.
For some infants and toddlers, cold and flu season means earache season — which can turn even minor viruses into major misery. But now hear this: Doctors can stop recurring ear infections with two tiny ear tubes and one painless 10-minute procedure.
Buy it in a jar or steam and mash it yourself — is one type of baby food really better than the other? Pediatrician Mona Rifka explains.
Why buy the stuff in a can when the real deal is so easy to make? Our cinnamon cranberry sauce is a tasty twist on the traditional and high in vitamins C and E. Try it at your Thanksgiving dinner – or gobble it up as a side dish anytime!