Concerns for lead poisoning in children are higher than ever before due to the COVID-19 pandemic keeping them stuck at home. Learn about the dangers of lead, its sources and how to treat lead poisoning.
Don’t let the one-tooth grin, chubby arms and baby talk fool you. Inside the cutest package ever burns a fierce determination to do the impossible: walk like everyone else. But when should your baby start walking, and what are the signs it’s going to happen soon?
While the ‘terrible twos’ may not last forever, every parent needs ways to cope in the meantime. Here are tips and tricks to help you make it through your child’s toddler years.
If your toddler bites another child, or even you, should you be worried? A child psychologist says biting can happen. Here’s what to do about it.
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Lifestyle changes created by COVID-19 worsened the nation’s childhood obesity crisis. A nurse practitioner offers tips to help children build healthier habits that they can carry into adulthood.
Find out the best way to prepare baby formula and how long formula lasts at room temperature, in the fridge and once you start a feeding.
Should you be concerned about your child’s weight? A pediatrician explains whether parents should worry about a child’s weight if they have a solid build.
Imposter syndrome is a pattern of self-doubt that can lead to anxiety, stress and missed opportunities. But recognizing it and having the tools to get past it can help you get out of your own way.
You work hard all day. Then you chauffeur your kids to sports and activities. Then you don your chef”s hat. No wonder you’re stressed to the max. Our experts offer tips for managing stress and rediscovering the joy of parenting.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our Short Answer series. Allergist Sandra Hong, MD, answers this one.