Headed out for groceries? Before you make use of the shopping carts with Baby is in tow, be sure you know what you’re doing.
Kid’s Health & Safety
Safeguard your little love’s sleep time with these tender-loving measures.
We don’t need the American Heart Association to tell us that childhood obesity is the number one health concern among parents in the U.S. – topping drug abuse and smoking. But Tennessee and other southern states have seen childhood obesity rates doubling and tripling in the past 30 years. Try a Fun Run with your… Read more »
A little awareness goes a long way when you’re out in public with your kids during flu season.
As much as 73 percent of kids drink it or eat it everyday … but perhaps a change is in order.
Lying is a part of life as kids grow up, but parents can look for certain body language clues to know if a lie is lurking there or not.
Plenty of parents worry about their child’s stature. But, Is giving your child growth hormones really the answer?
Don’t be in too much of a hurry to get Baby to sleep through the night. Compromising his digestive system isn’t worth it.
Here’s an interesting way of looking at allergy relief: early exposure to allergens. Contrary to previous theories, many pediatricians now recommend exposing children to potential allergens – particularly food allergens — early in life as a prevention method. “I now tell my patients’ families to introduce common food allergens, such as peanut butter, as soon… Read more »
From concussions to fractures, here’s what to know about common sports injuries in kids.