Building a healthy relationship with your child can be done with small investments of time every day.
There’s the old saying, “It takes a village to raise a child.” For some people, it also takes a village to have a child. That community-based philosophy is at the heart of CenteringPregnancy, a group prenatal care program.
Your child's dip in the water could create a health risk you can't see — ingesting water into her airways or lungs. That could lead to aspiration pneumonia.
Encouraging movement ensures healthy development and refines motor skills. Doing these exercises together with keep parents and toddlers healthy and fit.
If there’s long-term behavior change, it’s more than just a phase. There are signals that children can suffer from anxiety, depression or general behavior issues. Parents can help.
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, isn’t just an adult disease. It occurs in 2 to 5 percent of all pediatric patients, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). But it often goes unrecognized.
A child with a high fever can be very scary for parents – and really uncomfortable for the child. But fever in itself isn’t dangerous, and it’s actually a good thing in many cases.
According to a report, up to 95 percent of families incorrectly install their newborns’car seats. Learn how to ensure yours is correctly installed.
A health savings account, or HSA, is a good way to save for health care costs while also reducing your taxable income.
Learning how to manage your child’s food allergies is key to dealing with any potential negative imbalances and feelings of anxiety.