Child and Family
Regardless of what the school year looks like for your kids, we can all agree on the importance of education. And there are steps we can all take to lower the risk of COVID-19 spread in the community – which is key to allowing schools to succeed.
It takes multiple layers of safety to be able to prevent drowning.
While fireworks often bring families together, and stands where they are sold serve as fundraisers for local groups, consumer fireworks can be extremely dangerous for children. That’s why the American Academy of Pediatrics discourages families from purchasing and using them.
As much as we want to let kids enjoy being kids, it’s no time to let down your guard. By the following the proper safety precautions, you can still enjoy the sun and make sure your kids have fun.
Parents are on edge with growing reports of links between COVID-19 and the recently named Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C). As doctors and experts race for answers, let’s break down what we do know.
It’s normal to be nervous about visiting a doctor’s office right now, but it’s as important as ever to continue well-child visits and vaccinations. Learn how Methodist Physicians Clinic is keeping your family safe.
It’s important to understand the challenges Baby Boomers face during quarantine. Here are some tips to help them comply with social distancing.
The key to a successful marriage or relationship is largely about taking the focus off scorekeeping and working toward healing and resolve. Sometimes couples can do it on their own. Oftentimes they can't. Couples therapy can help.
Teen dating violence is more common than most parents realize. Learn how to prevent it.
Nearly every child will get an RSV – or respiratory syncytial virus – infection by age 2, and it usually causes a mild illness similar to a cold. But it can pose significant health threats in some cases.