What popular game involving cinnamon can hurt your child? Why are bright-colored detergent pods potentially life-threatening? Find the surprising answers to these and other health-related questions.
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.
An expert offers suggestions for determining whether your child, age 6 - 11, is getting enough sleep as well as remedies for overly tired tots.
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).
Some parents refuse to immunize their kids, especially against flu, HPV and chickenpox. Yet vaccines are a family’s best “shot” at protecting kids, and it hurts us all when some of us refuse them.
If feeding time with your baby regularly ends in crying and stomach problems, it might be a milk allergy. Learn the symptoms — and simple ways to overcome them.
Hovering like helicopters to make sure our kids don’t repeat our mistakes or suffer any regrets is a sign of hyperparenting. It may be time to let go and let kids learn.
If you’re waging bedtime battles with your kids on a nightly basis, you’re not alone. As many as 70 percent of kids under age 10 may experience a sleep problem. Take these steps to avoid them.
It's important to know what your child is eating at school for lunch. Dr. Deb Lonzer explains three healthy meals a day are important to fighting child obesity.
Learn how to manage your children’s time with video games, TV and the computer — and make sure media doesn’t take over.