How second- and third-hand smoke effects kids and adults, and how you can make your home smoke-free
Dentists' top 10 tips to keep your kids' teeth healthy
Your guide to various dental procedures kids may encounter
New guidelines say infants ages 4-6 months should eat peanut-containing foods to prevent allergies.
FAQ about fevers in children and understanding why they occur.
Tips to create a safe sleep environment for your baby.
A licensed acupuncturist shares how you can treat earaches naturally.
When should your baby should first see the dentist?
Physical and mental health are two things all parents want for their kids, but a new study funded by Nike has shown that the two actually go hand-in-hand.
Sabra Dipping Co. has voluntarily issued a recall of nearly all of its hummus products due to possible health risks.
Four frequently asked questions about the flu vaccine
Support groups like Allied Breastfeeding Support offer new and expectant moms all the help they need when it comes to questions or concerns about breastfeeding.
Prevention is always preferable to having to treat sick children.
What to do if your child has adult teeth growing behind her baby teeth.
Why we should not rid ourselves of microbes entirely--and why dirt and bacteria play an important role in kids' health.
There has been a 25-state recall of the tasty Kellogg Company brand breakfast staple – Eggo Waffles - due to a possible contamination of the listeria bacteria.
Some children forgo eating at lunchtime to be social. Here’s how to get your kids to eat a healthy lunch while chatting with their friends.
What it's like to provide your child with medical marijuana in New York.
Tips to expose your babies to spices and global food, plus three puree recipes.
New information from Pediatrics says nail biting and thumb sucking in children may prevent allergies.
A pediatric infectious diseases specialist shares the best way to prevent mosquito bites and spreading Zika.
With diminishing outdoor playtime, a lack of healthy meal options in the lunchroom, and a litany of high-processed food products marketed to children, it can be an uphill battle to instill in your family healthy, nutritious eating habits.
Where to find help when your child's behavioral problems need medical care.
A local doctor shares symptoms of the common cold, when the cold or fever may be something serious, and how to help your sick child.
How to tell if your child's injury is a fracture or a sprain, and what the treatment plans are for each.