One in five infant deaths in Tennessee are due to unsafe sleep conditions. What to know about keeping babies safe.
Kid’s Health & Safety
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!
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Getting started with breastfeeding can be hard, but that magic moment will come.
Healthy snack options for your child’s lunch, on the field or after-school nibbles … plus cool snack accessories.
Keen attention to child-friendly details are everywhere throughout the brand-new Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital Vanderbilt at Williamson Medical Center. Now open, the gorgeous hospital doesn’t feel like a hospital — and that, they say, is the whole idea.
The newborn journey is unlike any other. Learn what to expect and how to care for your bundle of joy with this helpful guide.
Motion sickness can strike when you’re least expecting it. Be ready if one of your kids turns pale and nauseous whether in the car or on an amusement park ride during your family’s summer fun.
Going to see the new baby? There’s nothing more wonderful than arriving with a casserole or some ready-to-heat dish. Your new mom friend is tired, and bringing a little something to eat will make her so happy!