Whether your child is returning to school this fall in-person, online or a combination of the two, back-to-school season will look a lot different in the time of COVID-19. Here’s what you can do to set your student up for success.
While summer is almost over, the disappointment that stems from canceled activities or not being able to see friends isn’t going away. Learn how to help your child stay safe and cope with the rest of the summer of COVID-19.
A new illness called pediatric multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) is starting to pop up in kids and teens in relation with COVID-19. Two pediatric rheumatologists explain what we know so far.
When it comes to your child, it might be tough to know the difference between a cold or childhood allergies. Learn how to tell if your child has seasonal allergies and find the best way to manage them.
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The safest way for kids to return to sports this summer is for them to do skill-building exercises or conditioning at home. But if you are thinking about having them return to team sports, here’s what to consider.
We know kids 2 and older should wear masks, especially when social distancing can’t be practiced. But how do we protect infants? Learn what you can do from a pediatric infectious diseases physician.
Introducing your kids to mindfulness and meditation can be a rewarding experience to share, learning to be present together.
Seasonal allergies can make adults and children alike miserable. But with the right steps and management, there can be relief.
Here are helpful ways to keep kids’ diets on track even with schools closed.
Learn 10 things parents should know about concussions in children, including concussion symptoms and which youth sports have the most concussions.