School is just starting up. With the start of school comes the start of exams. It’s normal for kids to be a little stressed and nervous before exams. It can even help test performance at times. However, some kids experience … Continue reading
It’s that time again – the kids are headed back to school! One of the hardest things about going back to school is getting back into a routine. Here are a few tips for parents to transition from summer to … Continue reading
Approximately one in 323 children has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy according to the Autism and Development Disabilities Monitoring Network.
New mothers often wonder how breastfeeding impacts their diet and nutrition. Though breastfeeding doesn’t cause any major changes in diet, there are some things to keep in mind if you are breastfeeding your infant.
Holiday shopping is in full swing and store shelves are filled with all the popular toys for children. But are these popular toys the safest options for your kids? To ensure you are buying the safest toys this holiday season, … Continue reading
All children get ear infections, but what happens when they become recurring? Myringotomy tubes, or ear tubes, are often brought up as a possible option to reduce the amount of ear infections children get. Here are some pros and cons … Continue reading
Enterovirus, a virus related to hand foot and mouth disease, is infecting kids throughout the Midwest, South and Northeast. According to the CDC, hundreds of children ranging in age from 6 months to 16 are being hospitalized with Enterovirus symptoms.
Considering breastfeeding for your newborn? Here are a few helpful tips that may make your decision on whether to breastfeed or use formula easier: