You may think you know everything about treating your child’s fever, but there are actually many misconceptions out there. Find out what they are and the best course of action.
How do you know if your child needs an eye exam before they head back to school? It’s important to look for signs of vision trouble before you proceed.
As RSV cases show an unusual summer surge, an expert weighs in on what you should know about the virus and how to protect your children and yourself.
While kids need protein for proper growth and development, adding extra to their diet is unnecessary and dangerous. Find out what can happen and how much protein your child actually needs.
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While the ‘terrible twos’ may not last forever, every parent needs ways to cope in the meantime. Here are tips and tricks to help you make it through your child’s toddler years.
Throughout the pandemic, parents have worried about what all this lack of socialization could be doing to kids’ development. As vaccine rollouts continue, it’s time to think about reacclimating kids to the wide world of in-person togetherness. But how?
Kids ages 12 and over are now eligible for the Pfizer vaccine following approval from the Food and Drug Administration.
Your child’s pediatrician is a key player in your child’s health and well-being. These steps will help you find the right one.
If your child has an imaginary friend, you may wonder if this is normal. Learn how to handle an imaginary friend and when you should talk to a pediatrician.
While interest in makeup begins at a young age and tends to rise in middle school when kids engage in character-play and emulate older children and adults, parents may wonder what age is appropriate to allow their kids to wear makeup. Parents may also wonder how to keep kids safe and healthy once they do decide to allow it.