All kids have a bad grade sometimes. But if you’re feeling frustrated about talking to them about it, here are tips from our experts.
Most children who contract the coronavirus have mild or no symptoms. But a small amount develop life-threatening complications. A new report details which children are most at risk.
If your child is distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, here are some simple steps you can take to keep them comfortable as they do their schoolwork.
A Cleveland Clinic expert explains why a new study is important but shouldn’t have parents too concerned.
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Schools and classrooms may have environmental allergens such as pollen, mold and dust mites. These allergy and asthma triggers can cause adverse reactions in kids. Learn how to help your child against these common allergens.
With coronavirus, it’s especially important this cold and flu season to make sure you’re managing your child’s asthma and allergies symptoms.
Whether your kid is going back to school in person or virtually this year, it’s time to charge up their immune system.
This vitamin has long been hailed for its immune-boosting properties. Learn what vitamin C does in the body and why it’s important for your little one.
With the COVID-19 pandemic pushing many schools to opt for online learning this fall, many parents are left wondering — how is this all going to work? Take these steps to set yourself and your child up for success in the world of virtual learning.
Poor weight gain is an common problem for children. Find out likely causes and when to seek help.