Walking Pneumonia: 101 for Parents
Walking pneumonia isn't typically as severe as typical pneumonia, but it needs treatment. Learn more about the symptoms and when your child should see a doctor.
6 RSV FAQs
Learn more about respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and get answers to the six most commonly asked questions by parents, including when to contact your child's doctor.
My Daughter Has Severe Needle Phobia
After seeing the sheer terror in her daughter's eyes, Kate realized that her daughter wasn't resisting a shot to be difficult. She was absolutely terrified of the pain it might cause. Read to learn how a psychologist helped her daughter overcome a needle phobia.
Breastfeeding: Let’s Make it Work
August is National Breastfeeding Month, and the U.S Breastfeeding Committee’s theme this year is “Every Step of the Way.” Every family should receive support at every step along their infant
Caring for Young Athletes: The Importance of Pediatric Specialists
Every parent of a young athlete wants their child to participate in the sport they love and be as successful as possible. If that young athlete has an injury, going to specialists who care for professional athletes can seem like a good idea, but care for adolescent athletes isn’t the same as for adults
School Bus Safety – Avoid the Danger Zone
Teach your child how to stay safe around school buses this school year.
How to Read A Sunscreen Label
There are so many sunscreens on the market! Learn how to read the label and choose the right one for your family with the following tips.
Waterproof Casts For Kids
Waterproof casts offer all the benefits of traditional casting plus several other benefits. Learn about the benefits and how to take care of them properly.
Should I Worry If My Child’s Chest Is Sunken?
Have you noticed an indentation or depression in your child’s chest and wondered, Is this normal? Pectus excavatum is the name of the condition where a child’s sternum, or breastbone,