You’d think a high chair would be safe for your child. But the findings recent research show an alarming increase in the number of high chair and booster seat injuries. Find expert tips to keep your child safe.
Our kids learn from our actions. They learn both the good and bad, while also paying attention to how parents navigate the world.
Whether it’s a win or a loss, youth sporting events can become emotionally charged – and quickly. But if you start a heated argument with the coach, you might wind up destroying the positive aspects of youth sports for everyone, including your child – and earn yourself a not-so stellar reputation on the court, in … Read More
Once the newborn has arrived, a mother often worries about returning to her preferred fitness routine and losing the pregnancy weight. This is not an easy feat, but it is an important one.
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Do you and your family live in an older home? Your children might be at risk for lead poisoning, a serious condition that can irreversibly damage the nervous system, brain and other organs.
This year, skip the word diet and instead use these six tips to help your family develop healthy habits that will stick – for life.
Kindergarten enrollment age is rising, but benefits of academic red-shirting are debatable. Concerns about sports, developmental skills and social maturity factor in, but parents should consider carefully before deciding to delay registration to age 6.
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.
When a baby is born with yellowish eyes and skin, most moms and dads start to panic. This yellow discoloration in a newborn is called jaundice, and it’s a common issue.
You can give kids a strong start to their day with a simple, nutritious breakfast — and the rewards are great. A healthy first meal gives kids energy and balanced nutrition. Research shows that eating a good breakfast may help with thinking, memory, academic performance, attendance and mood.