About 75 percent of all poisonings involve children under the age of 5. To a toddler or young child, colorful, single-use packets of laundry or dishwasher detergent can be especially dangerous.
Here are some helpful tips to help your child manage his or her asthma and prevent asthma flares.
Vaccines protect children against serious diseases that can cause severe illness, lifelong disabilities, or even death. Here's what you need to know to keep your little one healthy.
Did you know that 11 percent of kids and adolescents in the United States will develop a depressive disorder by the age of 18? Here's what to watch for; childhood depression is treatable.
From infants to teens, here are some important tips for keeping kids safe - at home, away from home, and on the move.
Strep throat is common in school-aged children. Learn the warning signs.
Bullying is a serious problem. Learn about steps you can take to put a stop to bullying.
Flu prevention tips from the CDC to help keep your family healthy this flu season.