According to the CDC, more than one third of children and adolescents in the United States are overweight or obeseâ€”increasing their risk for serious health problems.
In the amount of time it takes for you to get a towel, check the mail, or answer the phone, a young child can be seriously injured or drown - even in shallow water.
Hot weather...high humidity...poor air quality...summer allergies...more time for playing outside...all of these factors can worsen your child's asthma.
Learn how to play it safe, whether you're rafting, horseback riding, hiking, swimming or something even MORE adventurous!
Ah, summertime! No more pencils, no more books...but a different set of challenges for children with ADHD. Here are some helpful tips for parents and child care providers.
Protect your child's skin this summer! New sunscreen guidelines from the FDA...
Formerly called "Back to Sleep," this program teaches parents and caregivers about infant sleep safety practices.
Devices can be a pain in the neckâ€”and fingers. These 7 simple stretches can ease the tension.