It’s time to start cleaning out your garage. While you’re sweeping and tossing, don’t forget to childproof the space by keeping these hazardous items locked and out of reach from curious kids.
Find information on a keeping your children healthy, plus treatments for autism, congenital heart defects, neonatology issues and more from Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital.
Choosing a hospital with a NICU allows women to be prepared for any unexpected complications during a delivery.
A baby spitting up after every meal can be alarming to parents. But it’s not necessarily a sign of gastroesophageal reflux disease or that your baby needs medications or other therapies.
Your baby’s pacifier drops from her mouth onto the floor. Do you clean it in your mouth and hand it back to baby? May be a good thing — a new study says you could be lowering your baby’s risk of developing allergies.
Most parents know kids should wear helmets for riding bikes, but an emergency room doctor explains why kids should wear helmets for anything on wheels.
Protection against whooping cough could use a boost. But it’s still an important vaccine.
51,000 people were injured in 2010 because of failure to wear a helmet while riding a bike. Allison Brindle, MD, has bike helmet tips for you and your child.
Giving pre-packaged meals and snacks to your little kids is convenient, but nearly 75 percent of these snacks and meals for toddlers are high in sodium. And too much sodium early can lead to health problems later.
Here’s a yummy addition to your Mother’s Day brunch. Applesauce and healthy canola oil keep these muffins moist. And they’re a perfect size for a snack.
Pregnancy is a nine-month marathon. Getting in shape by losing excess weight can ensure a safer pregnancy and delivery, and a brighter future for your baby.