Sooner or later, your child will probably end up with a teacher they don’t like. A pediatric psychologist explains ways to understand your child’s feelings and reduce their anxiety.
To sleep or to cosleep: That is the question. And seemingly everyone — from grandma to your mailman — has an answer they swear by. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has repeatedly warned against bed-sharing, a popular type of cosleeping where the baby is in bed with you. Yet lots of parents still do … Read More
How can you help a kid with a fear of needles stay calm when it comes time for vaccines? Start by staying calm yourself, avoiding certain harsh words and explaining how shots keep them healthy.
It only takes 2 inches of water for an infant or toddler to drown. The American Academy of Pediatrics recently issued updated guidelines in an effort to prevent more childhood drownings.
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Riding bikes with your children makes for some great summer fun. But before you hit the road, be sure to learn these important safety tips.
Baby-led weaning is a (messy) approach to introducing solid foods that skips the spoon-fed purees and introduces babies to whole foods first. A pediatrician offers up tips for starting baby-led weaning.
If you child has a cold or allergies, you might have to step in and help them clear their stuffy nose. Follow these snot-removal suggestions from a pediatrician
Spanking has been linked to behavioral and emotional problems in kids — and it doesn’t work as a disciplinary technique, according to new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Here are some disciplinary tactics that do work.
Bath time can be fun, but a pediatrician offers a few words of caution about toys, sponges, bubbles and slippery surfaces.
Some childhood aggression is normal. But what do you do when your kid’s behavior is getting out of hand? A pediatric psychologist shares six tips for parents struggling with a child’s “anger issues.”