Should you worry if your baby started out in the 90th percentile but as a toddler is barely in the 20th? Growth looks different for every kid. Here’s what to look for, including some possible reasons your child’s weight and height may differ from their peers.
The grocery store aisles are overrun with on-the-go, kid-friendly finger foods — and most are highly processed and full of preservatives. But there are healthy choices as well. Choose from our list of 20 unprocessed foods and feel good about what your kids put in their mouths.
Has your child caught the running bug? Heed these tips to keep your little runner safe and happy.
Is sugar really that bad for your kids? What’s wrong with using M&Ms for potty training, or with keeping kids occupied with candy while you shop? Two pediatricians share their sugar guidelines.
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Poor weight gain is an common problem for children. Find out likely causes and when to seek help.
Don’t despair. You can take steps – at home and with the help of your primary care provider or a registered dietitian – to help combat the issue.
New guidelines say no juice for babies. For older kids, juice can be a healthy part of your child’s diet, but too much can cause problems. Find out why.