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.
Kid’s Health & Safety
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.
Summer’s here and the pools are open! Start the new swim season off right with swim lessons for your child.
Helping a child to develop good hygiene doesn’t come without a few bumps along the way.
They say kids are what they eat. The USDA’s new guidelines don’t really hold any big surprises, but you can still make improvements on what you give your family.
One in five infant deaths in Tennessee are due to unsafe sleep conditions. What to know about keeping babies safe.
More than 600,000 people live with diabetes in Tennessee, many of them children. Here’s a look at what it’s like for a child to live with Type I.
Did you know that about 59 percent of car seats are installed incorrectly? Don’t be a statistic, get your child’s car seat checked at the free checks on Sept. 17 and 19.
Many manufacturers are phasing out high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and the food label, “Now made with real sugar!” has turned into a selling point. Navigating food labels can sometimes make a mom batty!