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.
Holiday travel can be stressful in and of itself. With kids in the mix, you’ll need even more planning and patience to get to your destination on time and ready to celebrate. Try these expert tips for making your car or plane ride (at least a little) less chaotic.
Keep your family’s Halloween festivities safe with these tips from our experts.
About two percent of kids experience school-related anxiety or school refusal. Learn how to recognize the signs of an anxiety disorder, and what you and your child’s teachers can do to help.
No child likes doing homework. But does it have to be such an emotional drama every night? A pediatric psychologist offers help with managing the schoolwork.
A study finds that health care professionals who simply talk to young children about the negative health effects of smoking can make a difference.
Pediatricians are concerned that U.S. kids are developing adult health problems because of their excess weight. Kids’ lives are likely to be shorter than their parents’ unless we take action.
For kids who lapse into ‘late to bed, late to rise’ summer sleep habits, the start of school means a return to earlier bedtimes. Here are four tips to make a healthy return to school-year sleep routines.