Overcoming the stigma of a common birth defect in boys.
What’s the best carrot to lead your child to a healthy weight?
How can I tell if my child has had a concussion, and if he has, what should I do?
Every year the flu vaccine seems to be a lightning rod for controversy. There are always some parents who are uncertain it’s necessary. I hear parents say their kids have never had the flu, so they don’t see the need. Or that it’s only really necessary for seniors. Or that the flu shot will make them sick. But what is certain is that children are among the most susceptible to be hospitalized with the flu.
Coping with a gluten intolerance or celiac disease is the new norm for many parents. What’s it all mean?
According to Dr. Daniel Flanders, there are some general guidelines that should ring alarm bells that your baby needs medical attention.
A balanced approach to carbs – or sugars – is good for your whole family.
As autism rates increase, the medical and parenting communities continue to put together the pieces of this puzzling condition.
Running groups have plenty of benefits.
How to help your little one through runny nose season.