More and more children have diabetes. Hereâ€™s how to work with school staff to keep your child safe and healthy.
Dental care is important for good healtheven before that first tooth appears in infancy. Learn how to care for your child's teeth.
Learning to give to others and to say thanksâ€”and really mean it are important steps toward lasting joy, a genuine sense of goodwill, and lifelong contentment.
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.
Here's what to look for if you suspect attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Talk to your child's doctor.
Use this checklist to make sure your child's toys are fun, age-appropriate, and safe.
Vaccines protect children against serious diseasesâ€”keep your child healthy.
Bullying is a serious problem. Learn about steps you can take to put a stop to bullying.