Caffeine consumption is not recommended for kids or teens because its use could come at a cost.
Growing pains are common, but dealing with them may take some patience.
My daughter has to have her tonsils out. What are the risks associated with “going under”?
It's the age old question of step parents everywhere - how do I know I love the new kids? En route to the hospital, I figure it out.
You can’t rely on young children to alert you to vision problems, so play offense, rather than defense.
Concerned that your child might be using drugs? These online resources are a good place to research and get help.
Your child’s concept of drug use can form as early as their toddler years, so it’s never too soon to make that relationship a positive one.
Still anxious about your child's check ups? Visit these two websites for more information.
Two summers ago, our son, then seven, complained of chest pains and a headache after winding down an active day with some friends. We found out our healthy, athletic, Energizer-bunny of a son had a heart condition.
You’ve got a lot to pack into 10 or 20 minutes of face time with your child’s doctor, but making those visits a positive experience is good for everyone’s health.
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