Child and Family
Sibling rivalry is a natural part of growing up... but what can you do when it all gets to be too much?
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.
Breastfeeding can be a challenging experience for new moms. Lactation consultants are available to give you tips and advice!
Although your baby’s smile is about to get a lot cuter, the process of teething can be a pain for both baby and parents.
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 wakeup 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.
“If it has wheels, a child should wear a helmet.”
While it’s something you may not see on your official back-to-school checklist, an annual physical exam may be the most important step in ensuring a healthy, successful start to the school year.
It’s a common problem that kids (and honestly parents, too) don’t like to talk about. But constipation can be a big issue with no easy answer.
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.