How to Tell the Difference between Sinusitis and a Cold
posted: Jan. 03, 2017.
Many people mistake a common cold for sinusitis, and vice versa, as the symptoms of a cold and a sinus infection can be quite similar to each other because the
Kids and Bedwetting: When Should I Be Concerned?
posted: Nov. 30, 2016.
Bedwetting is a common childhood problem. Many children who master toilet training during the day, usually between the ages of two and four, continue to experience episodes of bedwetting through
How to Protect Kids from the Sun
posted: Nov. 01, 2016.
Too many parents wrongly assume that the sun is only dangerous when it’s shining brightly. The fact is, the sun’s rays are dangerous no matter what time of the year,
Understanding Infant Jaundice
posted: Sep. 30, 2016.
Jaundice is a common condition in newborns, caused by excess yellow pigment in the blood called bilirubin, which is produced by the normal breakdown of red blood cells. When bilirubin
How to Keep Germs At Bay and Illnesses Away
posted: Sep. 01, 2016.
Kids pick up germs all day, every day. Whether they are sharing toys, playing at day care or sitting in the classroom, whenever children are together, they are at risk
Fever Phobia? When Parents Should Call Their Pediatrician
posted: Aug. 01, 2016.
Generally, a fever is brought on by an infection from a virus or bacterial infection. While many times a parent’s first instinct is to worry when their child has a
Introducing Solids: How to Transition from the Bottle to Spoon
posted: Jul. 05, 2016.
Giving your baby his first spoonful of solid foods is an exciting time! Many parents look forward to the day their little one takes their first bite of rice cereal,
Is Eczema Causing My Child's Rash?
posted: Jun. 01, 2016.
It’s normal for a child to get a rash at one time or another. But one common type of rash, known as eczema, can be especially troubling. Eczema refers to
Understanding Childhood Asthma
posted: May 03, 2016.
A common condition seen in kids and teens, asthma is a lung condition that causes trouble breathing and shortness of breath. During an attack, the bronchial airways become inflamed and
How to Help Your Teen Make Healthy Eating Choices
posted: Mar. 31, 2016.
As children grow into adolescence, their bodies require more nutrients to grow healthy and strong. But as many parents know, for those teens with busy school schedules, sports practices and
New Parents: How to Select the Right Crib for Your Baby
posted: Mar. 01, 2016.
A new baby needs a lot of things. From bottles and car seats to high chairs and baby monitors, an expectant parent has a lot of decisions and purchases to
posted: Feb. 01, 2016.
The tonsils are oval-shaped, pink masses of tissue on both sides of the throat. They are part of the body's immune system, designed to fight off bacteria and viruses that
Headaches and Children: Knowing When to Call the Pediatrician
posted: Dec. 29, 2015.
At one time or another, most children will experience a headache. Like adults, children can develop different types of headaches, including migraines or tension headaches, some of which may be
Does My Child Have a Food Allergy?
posted: Dec. 01, 2015.
Especially during the younger years, adequate food and nutrition is vital for a child’s growth and development. But for some children, a snack or meal as simple as a peanut
Hear This: Turning Down the Volume Now May Save Your Teen's Hearing in Adult Years
posted: Oct. 30, 2015.
It may seem like your teenager is ignoring you, but in reality, they may be having trouble hearing you. More and more we see kids listening to their MP3 players
Diaper Rash: How to Soothe and Protect Your Baby's Bottom
posted: Sep. 30, 2015.
A baby’s soft, smooth skin is delicate, making it susceptible to diaper rash, a common and mild irritation of the skin that causes redness in the area where the diaper
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