While summer is almost over, the disappointment that stems from canceled activities or not being able to see friends isn’t going away. Learn how to help your child stay safe and cope with the rest of the summer of COVID-19.
If a child is regurgitating food but doesn’t show any signs of a digestive or swallowing problem, a pediatrician might start to consider whether it’s rumination syndrome.
We know kids 2 and older should wear masks, especially when social distancing can’t be practiced. But how do we protect infants? Learn what you can do from a pediatric infectious diseases physician.
Parents are often unsure how athletic trainers help their student athletes in the gym and on the field. We explain how these healthcare professionals can help your athlete stay healthy.
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What’s the best way to remove a splinter at home? Or does a splinter need to come out at all? Here are the the best tools and practices from a pediatrician.
Agreeing to one more book, one last song, one final snack will only reinforce a ritual your child will expect each night. Learn how to set limits around bedtime, and stick to them.
Are heart murmurs dangerous, and what do they say about a child’s heart? Pediatric cardiologist Tess Saarel, MD, provides The Short Answer.
Most children never have major bone issues. But recurring fractures or other risk factors may signal a problem. Learn more about the building blocks for healthy bones.
What’s the best way to take your child’s temperature — with an oral, ear, forehead, rectal or armpit thermometer? Tap to discover the pros and cons of each device.
Your kid’s got the sniffles. Sneezes are sure to follow. Which over-the-counter (OTC) medicines help kids, and which may hurt them? Tap on your child’s age to find out.