Four Things To Know About Sickle Cell Disease
Sickle cell disease is the most common genetic blood disorder in the United States. It is also often misunderstood. Learn four things about sickle cell and the people it affects.
Parents: talk to your kids about the Benadryl challenge
The Benadryl challenge is the newest social media game which can be quite dangerous, and potentially fatal. What is it? The Benadryl challenge is something many kids first saw on
What To Do When Encountering Racism with Children
Conversations about racism can be difficult. Confronting racism when we encounter it can be even more challenging. These tips and guidance for parents will help them be prepared to stand up if needed and help kids process what has happened.
Tips for Choosing Masks for Kids
As a parent, you might be wondering what to look for in a mask, where to look for it, and how the different masks compare.
A Parent’s Guide to Reading Concerns During COVID
At Cincinnati Children’s Reading & Literacy Discovery Center we can help answer questions about your child’s reading abilities through our expert team of specialists.
How to Read a Label For Food Allergies
Every child with food allergies is different. Some need to avoid even the most minuscule amounts of an allergen, while others may be tolerant of those very small amounts. Learn how to read a label for food allergies so that those allergens can be avoided.
Iron Deficiency Anemia in Toddlers and Growing Children
Drinking too much cow’s milk can cause iron deficiency anemia in toddlers and growing children. Learn about the other causes of this common type of anemia and how to prevent it.
11 Tips for Pool Safety
It is important to educate your kids on swimming safety. Get started by reading these 11 pool safety tips from Cincinnati Children's.
FAQs: Cardiac Rehabilitation for Kids
Because cardiac rehabilitation involves regular exercise training, it is sometimes counter-intuitive to those parents who have children with a heart condition. Read FAQs to help parents become more comfortable with their child's participation.