The transition back to school during the pandemic might not be an easy one for your child. Learn how to tell if your child is stressed from a pediatric psychologist.
With neon colors and flashy designs, energy drinks are tempting for kids. But these high-caffeine drinks can cause health problems for kids and adolescents. Find out why they should be avoided from a pediatric dietitian.
Meditation is a good stress reliever, particularly for angry or anxious teens. Find out how a few minutes a day can improve your teen’s impulse control and mindfulness.
Online videos can fuel kids and teens to partake in risky behavior. Here’s what to know and how to talk to your kids.
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Not sure how often your kids need to hop in the shower or bath? Learn some helpful guidelines from a dermatologist and if bathing or showering too much is a good or bad thing.
The new rules of engagement include wearing face coverings and avoiding large gatherings, but some adolescents aren’t following them. Here’s an adolescent medicine specialist’s advice on how to handle that.
The stressors of the coronavirus pandemic can intensify existing mental health issues in teens, such as depression and anxiety. A pediatrician explains troublesome signs to watch out for.
Staying in a routine can help teens establish some predictability and a sense of control in this uncertain time. Here’s how parents can help them establish a good one.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, teens are missing prom, sports seasons, celebrations and friends. Learn how to help them cope with missed milestones.
With teen vaping surpassing cigarette smoking, is this putting them at increased risk for coronavirus? Our pulmonologist tells parents what they need to know .