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.
Children with chronic gastrointestinal problems pose a unique challenge to themselves, their families and the school system when back-to-school season hits.
When patients and families accept the diagnosis, they may embrace it as the “new normal” and focus on taking control.
Poor weight gain is an common problem for children. Find out likely causes and when to seek help.
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With so many different beverage options, it’s difficult to know what the healthiest selection is. A registered dietician weighs in on beverage choices that are available for you and your child.
Kids need protein for healthy growth, but most get plenty in their regular diets. Protein supplements are popular, especially for athletes. Learn why children shouldn’t use them.
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.
Even if you generally avoid fad diets, some of them may sound good enough to try with your family. Your children also can get pulled in, at the expense of good nutrition. Find out what you need to know from a pediatric dietitian.
This is the first study of its kind to find an association between asthma and kidney stone formation. The rates of both diseases have been rising over the past 20 years.
While the Terrible Twos may not last forever, you need some strategies in the meantime. Here are tips and tricks to help you make it through the toddler years.