If your child has been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, you most likely — and understandably– have many questions and concerns. To navigate through this disease, it’s important that you know exactly what this autoimmune disorder is.
A sudden, sharp pain in your child’s chest may be scary, but it’s rarely anything serious. Learn when to worry — or when it’s just Texidor’s twinge.
If you have a child with autism, you seek every way to nurture your child’s development. Sometimes, you might neglect your own needs as a caregiver. Here’s how to give more to yourself so you have more to give to your child.
Do you and your family live in an older home? Your children might be at risk for lead poisoning, a serious condition that can irreversibly damage the nervous system, brain and other organs.
This year, skip the word diet and instead use these six tips to help your family develop healthy habits that will stick – for life.
Kindergarten enrollment age is rising, but benefits of academic red-shirting are debatable. Concerns about sports, developmental skills and social maturity factor in, but parents should consider carefully before deciding to delay registration to age 6.
As news of terrorist attacks and plots dominate the television news stream, it can be a challenge for parents to know how to best address their children’s questions and fears. Get expert tips on how to talk to kids about terrorism.
Taking oral antibiotics long-term isn’t just dangerous, it’s not an effective way to treat acne. Instead, a Cleveland Clinic dermatologist recommends finding the right combination of topical treatments.
Chest pain is one of the most common causes of unscheduled medical encounters. In patients ages 10 to 21, chest pain accounts for more than 650,000 emergency department and primary care visits.
With continued evidence piling up that shows red meat and processed meats – such as bacon and sausage – are not good for your health, it’s time to start choosing the white meat or vegetarian option.