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Could ringworm be lurking in your child's play area? We asked Dr. Philip M. Tierno, Jr., director of clinical microbiology and immunology at NYU's Langone Medical Center.
Whether it's your first or fifth round with summer camp this year, heed the advice from these local experts for less stress at the starting line.
Striking the right balance between providing the best things for your children and spoiling them can be difficult, so we asked experts in the New York metro area for their best advice for parents.
We asked New York metro area experts: "How can I avoid being overprotective of my child?" Check out their best advice on how to let your kids go - and grow!
We asked experts in the New York metro area, including pediatricians and psychologists, how new dads and fathers-to-be can overcome their anxiety about being a parent. Read on to benefit from their wisdom.
For kids, back talk is often a developmentally normal method of asserting independence from parents. We asked the experts on child discipline how parents can discourage this bad behavior.
To help parents find more joy in the most wonderful time of the year (and all year-round) we asked experts in the New York metro area what their best advice is for stressed-out moms.
Experts in the New York metro area offer their best advice on how to instill and cultivate self-confidence in your child.
I try to teach my teenager to have good posture, but it doesn't always work. Why is good posture so important? Are there any health risks associated with bad posture?
Even when you've planned and prepared till the cows come home, hosting your child's birthday party can have its moments of stress - especially when a guest becomes unruly or disruptive, threatening the fun for everyone. We've compiled advice from party experts in the New York metro area on the best way to deal with a rude party guest, so you'll be prepared to save the day when the time comes.
Our etiquette expert Elise Mac Adam, author of the new book "See Dick Bite Jane: A Think and Do Book for Parenting Predicaments Big and Small," helps parents handle some hairy schoolyard situations that you too might face.
Dr. Pramod Narula, chairperson of the Department of Pediatrics at New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, discusses what parents need to know about meningococcal disease and its vaccine.
Education experts from around the New York metro area - including NYC, Long Island, and the suburbs - weigh in on how parents can establish a positive relationship with their child's teachers, thus ensuring their child's long-term success in school.
From transitioning your kids' sleep schedules in advance to maintaining some of the good habits they developed during the previous schoolyear, there are a few key things parents can do to help their children get their groove back. Check out the advice we collected from education experts in the New York metro area.
Every child should learn how to swim to reduce the risk of drowning. But whether due to fear of the water or uninterest in swimming, some kids don't want to get in the pool to learn. That's why we asked local experts in the New York metro area for their advice on the best way to encourage your child to learn how to swim.
As a parent on the sidelines, it can be challenging to watch your little competitor have a tough day on the field. That's why we asked local experts to answer the following question: How should I handle it when my child is frustrated or upset after a particularly bad day with sports?
Dental experts around the New York metro area weigh in on the best way to teach dental hygiene and habits to toddlers and young children.
When it comes to raising your kids, you want the best advice out there, which is why we turned to the experts. Will this summer be your little one's first camp experience? His first time away from home and his family? Prepare for separation anxiety at camp by reading the advice we've compiled from experts, including camp directors in your area.
Food at parties seems to be an increasingly challenging issue. Some parents have gone organic, while more kids are diagnosed with allergies and lactose intolerances, and then there is the old-fashioned picky eater. See what advice the experts had for parents about serving food at children's birthday parties.