hing so natural, breastfeeding sure can be complicated. These solutions can help you get past the common problems many new nursing parents face.
Topic: Pediatric Health
From birthday cake temptation to fear of being different, type 1 diabetes can be tough for kids. Here’s how parents can help them overcome common challenges.
Learning how to count carbohydrates can help you and your child manage their diabetes more successfully. These tips and tools make it easier to do the math and keep track.
There’s so much focus on how to prepare for a baby. But many new parents don’t know about these important and time-sensitive to-dos for after baby’s arrival.
Here’s how to set your child up for good health and success when they’re in the classroom — and away from your watchful eye.
The answer is complicated. Learn what the experts say, and what you can do to help prevent symptoms for good.
If the kids refuse to do yet another dance party or bread-baking session, it’s time to get creative. Steal these fresh ideas for staying healthy and fit from parents who’ve been there and done that.
Kids can’t always express when they need an extra level of emotional support. Here are the signs to look out for and advice about how to talk to your child about them.
If you and your child or tween have decided they might benefit from therapy, you’ve already taken a big (and important) step.
As a parent, you naturally want to protect your child from the symptoms and stress of illness as much as possible.