Every milestone—from when your baby first holds up her sweet little head to when she speaks her first word—is thrilling. These moments aren’t just exciting and fun; they’re also markers that can clue you into your baby’s development.
A school emergency shouldn’t happen often, but it’s something for which you should prepare your child.
Vegetables and fruits can be a tough sell for youngsters. But two simple changes in your family’s eating habits can help make sure that your children get enough of these healthy foods every day.
Concussions often occur in athletes, but experts still know little about this sports injury. That’s because of the brain’s complexity, and because of the lack of research into concussions.
Kids need sturdy, supportive shoes that fit their growing feet.
The first days back to school are a tough transition for many kids and parents. Making sure they are well rested before the first day can help.
Teen drivers are at heightened risk of getting into an accident. But there are things parents can do to reduce those chances.
Most children rely on backpacks to carry books and supplies to and from school and activities. But a backpack that’s too heavy or doesn’t fit right can cause harm.
When a new school year begins, many teens have a hard time readjusting their sleeping habits.
Letting kids chew or cut glow sticks is a bad idea.