When bitterly cold temperatures hit, you have to be careful not to stay out in the frigid air for too long. A cold weather emergency can happen relatively quickly, especially with children.
For someone with a food allergy, something as simple as a peanut can be a terrifying and even a potentially lethal threat. Learn how to keep your child safe from these threats to his or her health.
Don't want your toddler to lose those cheeks and belly, but not sure if it's time? Our Cleveland Clinic Children's pediatrician explains when kids ought to start becoming more trim and how to promote a healthy weight.
If your child has patches of red, scaly skin, it may be eczema. Our Cleveland Clinic pediatric dermatologist explains this common condition — also called atopic dermatitis — and how to best treat it.
If your child has developed a new itchy rash, it's possible your detergent is to blame. Our Cleveland Clinic pediatric dermatologist explains how to sort out if it's your load of laundry or not.
Not so sure what to do when your 3-year-old starts having accidents again? Don't reach for those pull-ups again just yet. Cleveland Clinic Children's pediatrician Deb Lonzer, MD, explains what bumps in the road to expect and what to do when they hit.
Wherever you are on your path as a sports parent, it’s good to stop and examine your approach to their activity. Do you pay enough attention? Are you pushing your child a little too hard? Read these tips on how you can improve.
Use these tips so you don’t overindulge your kids with sweets this holiday season. Learn how to give them the gift of moderation.
While the fire retardant chemicals used in kids’ pajamas may protect them, they may also cause harm to them. Read what a pediatrician has to say about these chemicals.