Children's Health

Caregiver and child sitting in front of toilet holding toilet paper rolls
April 24, 2024/Children's Health

How To Potty Train: Our Best Tips

Set your child up for potty training success by waiting until they’re ready, keeping the pressure low and going heavy on the praise

Caregiver spoon feeding baby in highchair at the table
April 23, 2024/Children's Health

When Your Baby Can Have Honey

In babies under 12 months, honey may cause a serious illness called infant botulism

Three sick babies crying amidst toys and baby items
April 18, 2024/Children's Health

How To Keep Your Kids Healthy When They Go to Daycare

You can help strengthen your child’s immune system by focusing on hand washing and staying up-to-date on their vaccines

Newborn's tiny hand gripping caregiver's thumb
April 15, 2024/Children's Health

Why Is My Baby Hairy? Newborn Body Hair Explained

Lanugo — the soft, fine hair that develops in utero — is harmless and will shed within a few weeks

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Newborn baby with crossing eyes
April 10, 2024/Children's Health

Why Are My Newborn’s Eyes Crossing?

Crossed eyes in a newborn are fairly common, typically harmless and usually go away

Close up of child's chipped teeth
March 29, 2024/Children's Health

What To Do if Your Child Chips a Tooth

A dental emergency, quick action is key to preventing long-term damage

child kneeling down, holding head, with a headache
March 19, 2024/Children's Health

How Serious Are Headaches in Children?

Severe and debilitating headaches can affect the quality of your child’s life

Close up of hand holding a scoop of powder baby formula over container of powder baby formula
February 23, 2024/Children's Health

Feeding Your Baby: How and When to Supplement With Formula

When breastfeeding doesn’t go as planned, you may need to supplement with formula or donor breast milk — and that’s OK

Sad, exhausted parent holding newborn in cage surrounded by drug addiction possibilities
February 15, 2024/Children's Health

Can Babies Be Born Dependent on Drugs?

Neonatal opioid withdrawal syndrome, or NOWS, can develop when a birthing parent uses opioids, nonmedical drugs or even some prescription drugs during pregnancy

Baby in onesie asleep on back
February 12, 2024/Children's Health

When Can I Put My Baby To Sleep on Their Stomach?

Your baby needs to able to roll in both directions before they can make the switch

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