Parents should take extra measures at home and in the car to protect their toddlers from secondhand and third hand dangers.
Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean you have to accept bladder problems.
Fall can be exciting for many young children—especially toddlers in daycare or kindergarten. For parents, however, it’s important to be prepared to keep your children healthy, especially from illnesses like hand, foot and mouth disease (HFMD).
A Guide to Mammograms and Breast Awareness
If you or a loved one is 65 years of age or older, the flu could be more dangerous than you realize. As we age, our immune systems get weaker. With a weakened defense system, the risks of catching viruses and developing complications increases.
Classes are back in session, but your children aren’t the only ones doing homework. You might be preparing to help them fight strep throat, which has been surging through their school.
Your teen likes to stay up late but has to get up early for school. Sleep is critical at this age, so it’s important that you learn to help your teen sleep better.
A little muscle soreness is normal when you try a new activity or push through a tough workout. At what point, however, does soreness signify an injury?
Your 15-year-old has been begging to get contact lenses, but new data suggest she’s likely to struggle with proper use or upkeep. With your help, she can become a responsible contacts wearer for life.