Whether it happens on the rock wall or the swing, find out what Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatricians recommend when your child gets hurt on the playground.
This school year, think beyond your boring, brown-bagged PB&J. How? It’s simple with these mix-and-match options from dietitian Jennifer Willoughby, RD.
Cyberbullying, like any bullying, can demean or embarrass a child or teen. It can happen online in texts, emails, video game chats and on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Find out how to prevent it and what to do if it happens.
Kindergarten enrollment age is rising, but benefits of academic red-shirting are debatable. Concerns about sports, developmental skills and social maturity factor in, but parents should consider carefully before deciding to delay registration to age 6.
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There’s clear evidence that inception of good eating habits in childhood not only leads to better eating habits as adults, but also less risk of obesity.
If your child wakes up before the alarm clock (even if you’d prefer they didn’t), it’s a good sign he or she is getting adequate sleep.
If your child has epilepsy, it’s best to communicate with teachers and other caregivers to ensure she gets the best care — at home or at school. Get more tips on empowering others to help.
Mention the word “bedtime” in the summer and you’re sure to get groans from kids of any age. That’s especially true of teenagers who have spent the summer staying out late and sleeping until noon. Find four tips to help kids adjust to a new sleep schedule so they can perform their best in school.
You can give kids a strong start to their day with a simple, nutritious breakfast — and the rewards are great. A healthy first meal gives kids energy and balanced nutrition. Research shows that eating a good breakfast may help with thinking, memory, academic performance, attendance and mood.
To ease your fears and set your child up for success, take action. Start with a few simple tips to build two-way communication with the people who work with your child, from teachers to counselors.