My 10-year-old daughter often complains of stomach aches. She doesn’t seem to have any other physical symptoms. Could it be related to stress?
Seeking “nutrition truths” can be confusing and even frustrating at times. New information from recent studies or media reports can be conflicting and leave us doubting what we previously thought to be true. Author Gina Sunderland shares the facts about healthy eating.
We cannot influence the outcome without defining the start.
Physical aggression, such as biting, kicking, hair pulling and pushing others, occurs in most preschoolers, and usually decreases with age.
Showering kids with certain compliments may actually lower their self-esteem.
Remember when you were home sick as a kid and your mom would make you chicken noodle soup to feel better? It turns out she was right!
A Q&A with Dr. Paul Roumeliotis.
Balanced menus can make a huge difference in well-being and productivity, both for kids and parents alike.
It is one of the later sounds that many children develop and it is not unusual to still have some difficulty at age five.
Despite being oh-so-cute, some animals carry dangerous germs.