As a parent, you are an important teacher of health care and health information for your child. Here are 11 recommendations to help you succeed at this important job.
Have a look at these practical suggestions to make sure you’re helping your child develop good eating habits.
You’ve made it off the plane and into your hotel room, and now the real adventure begins. Before your family heads down to the buffet table or jumps into the ocean, consider the following tips and extra precautions to safeguard your and your children’s health.
A good night’s sleep is essential for both kids and parents. Here are eight tips that will help everyone in your family wake up relaxed and refreshed.
Every parent knows the excitement of bringing a newborn baby home from the hospital. But that excitement can also be mixed with anxiety over how to make sure their baby is safe and secure at all times.
When should your child first see a dentist? Experts at the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) say the ideal time is six months after the first tooth erupts.
Children often complain of a “tummy ache.” This is pain in the stomach or intestinal area, also called the abdomen. Abdominal pain is very common in children, and in many cases there’s no serious cause. But stomach pain can sometimes point to a serious problem, such as appendicitis, so it is important to know when to seek help.
It's a fact of teenage life: When puberty hits, acne often does, too...Useful tips.