Myths of Bedwetting and Helping Kids Cope Emotionally
Bedwetting is a common and frustrating condition for about 5-10% of children ages 5-7. Here are 4 myths about bedwetting parents should understand and ways to help your child cope emotionally.
14 Reasons to Call Your Newborn’s Doctor
Bringing home a newborn is exciting, exhausting and a little overwhelming! Save this list of symptoms that necessitate a call to your baby's doctor.
4 Practical Tips to Help Avoid Gestational Diabetes
Making healthy lifestyle choices can help pregnant women avoid gestational diabetes. Read some practical tips to help prevent the condition:
A Review of Medication Manager Apps
It is important for kids to take their meds as prescribed in order to control symptoms. Our researchers reviewed some medication manager apps to help:
Fall Allergies Part II: How to Help Your Child
Learn how you can ease you child's fall allergy symptoms through both medical and non-medical approaches.
Help Us Stand Up Together for Kids
The Graham-Cassidy Bill could threaten childrens' medical coverage. Call your Senators today to oppose this bill. Stand up for healthcare for kids.
Fall Allergies Part I: Allergy Basics
Ragweed, dust and mold are the most common allergens in kids during fall. See what triggers allergy symptoms and when you should call the doctor.
Puberty in Girls: Conversation Starters for Parents
It’s important for you to talk with your daughter about changes in her body before they start happening. Read these practical tips for getting the puberty conversation started.
4 Healthy Habits of Kids Who Eat Their Fruits and Veggies
A pediatrician noticed that the parents who have been successful at getting their kids to eat fruits and veggies have these four healthy habits in common:
Help Understanding Difficult-To-Treat Asthma
Some kids may have difficult-to-treat asthma, despite doing the right things, like taking medicines and reducing exposures to triggers. Read 5 reasons why.
Top 4 Reasons for Teens to Limit or Quit Caffeine
More teens are using caffeine as a way to focus or stay awake. However, it is a drug and has side effects. Read why they should limit or quit caffeine use.
4 Signs Your Child May Need to Visit the Eye Doctor
Read recommendations for when your child's vision needs to be screened, as well as four warning signs that may necessitate a visit to the eye doctor.
6 Tips to Prevent Tooth Decay in Kids
Tooth decay in kids is one of the most common infectious childhood diseases. A dentist explains six tips to prevent tooth decay (cavities) in kids.
5 Easy Ways to Reduce Sugar in Your Child’s Diet
Reducing sugar is a way to promote a healthier lifestyle and ward off diet-related diseases. Read about 5 easy ways to reduce sugar in your child's diet.
Migraines in Kids: How Can We Best Prevent Them?
A surprising new study shows that commonly prescribed preventive medications for migraines in kids were just as effective as a placebo.
Teething Tablets: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
The past few weeks have been confusing for parents of teething toddlers. Your questions about teething tablets answered here.
Preschool: A Child’s First Step to Health and Success
Children in some neighborhoods in Cincinnati can expect to live 20 years less than peers in other neighborhoods. Preschool can change that.
8 Healthy Halloween Food Ideas
One of our dietitians shares eight kid-friendly and healthy Halloween food ideas for this year's celebration.
Minor Illnesses: When Should I Keep My Child Home From School?
As parents, there are gray areas when deciding to keep a child home due to minor illness. Find out when it's necessary.