What’s the best way to remove a splinter at home? Or does a splinter need to come out at all? Here are the the best tools and practices from a pediatrician.
We all like to think we’re invincible, but accidents happen. Are you ready for them when they do? Having a fully stocked first-aid kit is the key to being prepared for at-home injuries.
This recipe illustrates the influence of the Pacific Rim on San Francisco cuisine. The flavors are unmistakably Asian, including the chicken marinade and mix of cabbage, bean sprouts and daikon radish in the slaw.
You’re changing your baby’s diaper and, without warning, his urine starts to geyser. Why does this happen? A pediatric urology nurse practitioner answers this in this short answer.
Plastic baby bottles are convenient, cheap and unbreakable. But they pose some risk of exposure to chemicals and microplastics. Here’s what you should know.
While the Fourth of July can be a time of fun, it can also be a time for increased emergency room visits. Find out how to handle those fireworks safely this holiday season.
It might be a myth that you can fry an egg on a hot sidewalk, but it’s a fact that you can burn your skin on one — and seniors and kids are most at-risk. Take these precautions to prevent thermal burns.
Get tips on how to tell whether a cut or wound requires a visit to the ER or urgent care center. And find out how to prepare for an ER visit.
Children are durable, but not indestructible – and they often have the broken bones to prove it. Find out why a pediatric orthopedic surgeon is best to treat your child’s fracture.
If you’re craving chocolate, we have a treat for you! Feel free to indulge with these homemade dark chocolate frozen banana bites. They’re sure to satisfy without blowing your diet.