When should you be concerned that your child is still wetting the bed? And what help is available? Our experts offer practical tips.
Mention the word “bedtime” in the summer and you’re sure to get groans from kids of any age. That’s especially true of teenagers who have spent the summer staying out late and sleeping until noon. But when it’s time to go back to school, getting back into healthy sleep patterns is a necessity for having … Read More
As news of terrorist attacks and plots dominate the television news stream, it can be a challenge for parents to know how to best address their children’s questions and fears. Get expert tips on how to talk to kids about terrorism.
How to identify, treat and protect your child against head lice. (No, you’re not lazy and no, you can’t blame the dog.)
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Here’s the best way to take care of your child’s eczema. Our pediatric dermatologist offers advice.
So, you thought your child was potty trained. While you may feel disappointed or even frustrated, it is very common for children to go back to having accidents — temporarily. Having intermittent accidents (for example, wetting themselves a few times one week but not the next) is not potty training regression, however. If your 3-year-old … Read More
Why do kids get hearing tests in school? Our experts explain what the difference is between school tests and the kind they get in a medical office.