One of the most common “bugs” for kids ages 5 – 15, learn to recognize its symptoms.
Kid’s Health & Safety
Children have been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes for a long time, (the body fails to make enough insulin-producing cells to process glucose in the blood), but doctors are now seeing an increasing number of children with type 2 diabetes (fat cells that enlarge with weight gain, limiting the body’s ability to break down sugars.)… Read more »
Written by Liza Long, republished from The Blue Review The illness people don’t want to talk about. Everyone finds it easier to talk about heart problems, cancer, diabetes, to mention a few but do you ever hear of anyone talking of mental illness? All anyone does is avoid the problems in our health care system…. Read more »
Proper dosing and home remedies help kids fare better.
It’s not fun having the flu … especially when the holidays are upon us.
Your little one might not like going to the doctor, but you can make it ALL better.
Halloween is an exciting time of year for kids, and to help ensure they have a safe holiday, here are some tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). All Dressed Up Before you head out to for a night of fun on this festive night, be sure to plan costumes that are bright and… Read more »
For your child’s good health, stay on top of his development!
Too many gummy worms, or is it a stomach bug? No matter what, when your child tells you her tummy hurts, believe her.
While you think having a drag on a cigarette is alright with your kids around, you’re actually doing more harm than you know. Secondhand smoke is bad!