It’s easy for kids to overindulge in Halloween candy, but with the right mindset parents can help their kids avoid that dreaded sugar rush.
The transition back to school during the pandemic might not be an easy one for your child. Learn how to tell if your child is stressed from a pediatric psychologist.
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.
Losing in sports or other games is often frustrating for children. Use these tips to help your child put losing in perspective and equip them with the tools to better handle disappointments later in life.
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Meditation is a good stress reliever, particularly for angry or anxious teens. Find out how a few minutes a day can improve your teen’s impulse control and mindfulness.
On-screen school just isn’t the same, and many kids are struggling to stay motivated. These psychologist-approved tips can help young learners stay engaged.
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