Is childhood snoring a cause for concern? Here’s what to know if your child sounds like a chainsaw at night.
As a parent, you can expect to be involved in your child’s therapy to some degree. But there are boundaries to what you need to be privy to. A child psychologist helps sort it out.
The sound of your kid’s barking cough is enough to send shivers down your spine. But fear not, croup is usually managed at home with these remedies.
Online videos can encourage kids and teens to partake in risky behavior — including abuse of medications. Here’s what to know and how to talk to your kids.
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EndeavorRx is a prescription video game treatment that helps children ages 8 to 12 learn how to focus and maintain their attention while limiting distractions. Learn how it works and if it’s right for your child.
A pediatric psychologist explains the various forms of therapy available to children and adolescents and how you can find the right therapist for them.
This winter’s so-called “tripledemic” has led to a shortage of children’s pain relief medications. But not all colds and fevers require medication. A pediatrician explains, and shares alternatives for when your drugstore is out of liquid kids meds, as well as tips for helping ease your kiddo’s symptoms.
Kids are going to have bathroom accidents. It happens. But when those accidents become a pattern of puddling, here’s how you can help.
While it’s normal for kids to have nightmares, they can become disruptive and detrimental to your child’s health. But you can help stop the cycle of nightmares with these tips from our pediatric psychologist.
A child’s excessive blinking isn’t usually a cause for concern. Find out what might be at the root of all the blinking.