Child and Family
Scarier than ghouls and goblins are the prospects of real danger on Halloween. Here's what every parent needs to know.
Lice infestations are common in the fall. Here's how you can help your child avoid bringing home the itch.
Choosing the right pediatrician for your child can be a process. Here's more on where to start and what to look for.
We asked our Methodist Women's Hospital NICU grads and their families: What's your favorite book?
The first day of school is just around the corner. And while some kids (and parents) are looking forward to heading back to class, others are feeling anxious about what lies ahead – especially students headed to their first year of school.
With just a few weeks left until the start of another school year, now is the time to start checking off your healthy back-to-school to-do list.
The first day of school can be an early wake-up call for many school children. How can we prepare our kids for that first day and ensure they get a good night’s sleep? Read the A to Zzzz's.
Does your child need a back-to-school physical? Here's what to expect.
While fireworks often bring neighborhoods and families together, and stands where they are sold serve as fundraisers for schools and local groups, consumer fireworks can be extremely dangerous for children. That’s why the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) discourages families from purchasing and using them.
It takes multiple layers of safety to be able to prevent drowning.