Teen depression often goes undiagnosed because parents have trouble distinguishing normal teenage moodiness from more serious problems. Our experts discuss depression in teens and what you as a parent or caregiver can do.
Learn why button batteries are so dangerous if they’re swallowed, and what to do if your child eats one.
Wondering what your child’s height will be? Learn what factors influence height, and how you can predict your child’s.
A baby who can self-soothe will fall asleep on their own and play calmly without your intervention. It’s a process, and a skill, that will help throughout their lives. Follow these tips to get started.
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The best formula for your newborn depends on your baby’s health needs and your preferences. Learn the different types of formula and how to pick one.
How much play time is too much? Video game addiction is a concern for many parents, but video games can have positive effects on your brain, too. A pediatric behavioral health specialist discusses the pros and cons of gaming.
Following a well-check schedule for your child is important to stay up to date on vaccines and track developmental milestones. Here’s what they’ll receive when.
While supplements shouldn’t replace a well-balanced, nutritious diet, a kids’ vitamin can add peace of mind. Here’s what to look for in a kids’ vitamin supplement.
When little imaginations start running wild at bedtime, it can make for a fearful situation for kids (and a long night for you). Learn how to banish the monster under the bed and get your child back to sleep.
Nutrition plays a vital role in childhood development and growth. But as a parent or caregiver, how do you know which foods are best and how much kids should be eating? Our experts break it down for you.