A recent study suggests movies and TV do influence how our children react to the presence of a real firearm.
Even if you don’t see symptoms, your young child may have a vision problem. Early detection is the key. Find out when to start scheduling eye exams for your child.
Although learning your son has cancer is profoundly frightening, there’s reason to be optimistic with this diagnosis: When testicular cancer is discovered early, it is nearly 100 percent curable.
Many parents spend countless hours reading bedtime stories to their babies. Some even read to their swelling bellies during pregnancy. You might wonder if there is any benefit. A new study sheds some light.
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Do you get frustrated when your kids talk back or flat-out refuse to do what you ask? These dos and don’ts for discipline from a pediatrician may help.
If your child needs surgery, you may be worried about anesthesia. You’re not alone. Find out what you need to know about managing the risks (and when to consider delaying surgery).
No one wants to think about it, but emergencies happen. If your child has autism and you ever need to call for an ambulance him or her, this article offers practical tips to help you advocate for your child.
When your child is feverish and nauseous with a stomachache, it’s often just a 24-hour bug. However, pancreatitis – an inflammation of the pancreas – also has symptoms that are quite similar to a stomach virus.
Losing in sports or other games is often frustrating for children. Use these tips to help your child put losing in perspective and better handle disappointments later in life.
Babies have their mother’s immunity for six months after birth. Follow these easy steps to help your child build a stronger immune system for life.