Here are some helpful tips to help your child manage his or her asthma and prevent asthma flares.
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.
Juvenile rheumatoid arthritisjoint inflammation lasting 6 weeks or longer in children under the age of 16is the most common type of childhood arthritis in the U.S.
Keeping blood glucose levels on target is the main goal for controlling diabetes and maintaining health in children with diabetesâ€”provide healthy food choices, offer regular opportunities for exercise, etc.
If you have kids, here are some important reminders about how to administer over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription medicines and supplements safely.
Just a lot of energy or something more? Here's what to look for if you suspect attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Formerly called "Back to Sleep," this program teaches parents and caregivers about infant sleep safety practices.
Playing for at least 35 minutes each day can help make sure your child stays healthy.