Introducing your kids to mindfulness and meditation can be a rewarding experience to share, learning to be present together.
The pandemic is hard on kids missing out on sports, camps and fun with friends. You can’t fix the pandemic, but you can help your kids cope.
Traumatic events in childhood can increase the risk of physical and mental health problems in adulthood. But you can take steps to help children recover.
Playing on the soccer team has obvious physical benefits for your kid. But, a recent study shows that engaging in team sports may also help kids who are exposed to adverse experiences during childhood fend off depression.
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A study says childhood mental health disorders are common, but often go untreated. A pediatric psychologist talks about why this might be.
People who have gone through unemployment, loss of a loved one, a divorce or separation or even suffered a heart attack can become depressed. Depression also runs in families, so it’s important to know your family history of mental illness.
Divorce can end some unhappy, unhealthy unions. But if you are a parent going through it, you probably wonder how your children are affected — and how you can help them adjust. A pediatrician offers tips to help you overcome the challenges.