Technology can help your health — or drain it like a smartphone's battery. Use these tips to get more out of your devices without getting powered down.
Interacting with someone who is “different” can be tough even for adults. No wonder kids don’t always get it right.
Digital devices are keeping us connected at the expense of our health. Learn how to disengage from the frenzy.
Got questions about your child’s aptitude, ability to communicate, socialization skills or physical growth? Ask a Cleveland Clinic pediatrician during a live webchat Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2013, at noon (ET).
How can you tell if you have more than just the winter blues? Learn the signs of seasonal affective disorder (SAD) — and what you can do about it.
When your toddler bites, act quickly and calmly. An expert explains why children can bite and what to do about it.
Learn how you can handle holiday stress by not putting too much pressure on yourself. You have a lot to do — but not all of it has to be perfect.
If you have the symptoms of depression, there are ways to take control of your own mental health.
Whether it’s a parent answering emails at home while talking to a spouse, or kids doing homework while texting with the TV on, multitasking slows us down. Our expert explains how we can accomplish more by doing less.
As understanding of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has grown, so has parents’ anxiety. ASD reflects a wide range of problems and functional abilities. Learn what is and is not on the autism spectrum.