It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but when kids don’t get the gifts they want it could go into meltdown mode.
Wintry weather is here and with that comes the extra threat of the flu. Dr. Sue helps you choose which vaccine is best for your little one.
Getting your kids vaccinated is a great way to fight the flu, but you can also keep their immune system strong with what they eat. Dr. Sue explains with the Kid's Doctor.
DAV Chapter 41 holding a clothing drive for children and Veterans
It's that time of year…packing up the family and venturing out on a holiday break or on a trip to see the grandparents! It's already a stressful time of year but add the congestion on the highways and in the airports… it's enough to make anyone crazy!
It seems as if it happens overnight. Your child's cough turns into something much worse. It's called croup…a viral upper respiratory infection that causes your child's trachea and larynx to become inflamed making it difficult for them to breath.
These kids in a local restaurant have a lot on their plate, But we’re not talking about the chicken, salmon, and tomatoes.
The FBI reports 2,000 kids a day are kidnapped, either by someone they know, or by complete strangers.
They have made their way back into your child's classroom…Lice! I have been fielding frantic calls from parents fighting lice in school and at home.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Annual Expenditures on Children by Family report provides the cost of raising a child from birth to age 17. This year’s total was over 241,000 dollars, and that’s without the costs of pregnancy or college.
Some parents have dreams of their little athletes one day going pro. But for some children, the pressure can be too much and harmful to their health.
It only takes a few weeks of school for for the lice (pediculus capitis) problem to "rear its angry head"! I have had phone calls, emails and even frantic texts from many parents who are fighting head lice in their homes. This causes a lot head scratching in kids but even more anxiety in their parents (a few of whom have also gotten lice).
Hundreds and hundreds of children can thank her for bringing them in to the world, but one OB-GYN doesn’t just deliver humans.
The US Department of Human Health Services statistics show there are over 400,000 children in the foster care system and that number continues to rise. Incredibly, one woman decided it's time to be a mother to them all and created a simple way to do it. It all started with one simple wish from a young married couple.
Today 30 kids in the US will be injured by chemicals called hydrocarbons. You may not have heard the name, but chances are you have some in your home right now. Hydrocarbons are found in things like gasoline, kerosene, lighter fluid, and furniture polish. As Ivanhoe reports, you may be putting your children in danger and not even know it.
A warning for expectant mothers: one in every one hundred newborns has a heart problem. Until now, these babies were treated with the same devices used in adults.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – You've probably heard about the gluten-free craze. Millions cutting it from their diet to lose weight and improve their health, but unless you're like 1% of the population with the autoimmune disorder celiac disease, is it really necessary to cut gluten out or could it backfire?
A young woman practically blind from birth is doing things that amaze and inspire those around her, especially the younger ones. She's helping other kids see what they can achieve.
One little girl is alive today after a first of its kind procedure that could end up saving babies and adults.
There are more than 25 million people in the United States battling a disease classified as rare and 75% of them are children. In fact, 30% of rare disease patients die before the age of five. Many times, it's because patients and parents can't get the right diagnosis, quality information, and appropriate medical care. Today we introduce you to one mother who is connecting parents across the globe in order to save lives.