With school in full swing, I bet you checked off your to do list your child’s immunizations. Vaccines keep kids healthy by preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
Flu frenzy is rampant right now since flu has started earlier than usual in some states. The good news is there are new, powerful vaccines to help prevent your family from getting sick!
Cooler temperatures have ushered in the fall season with so many families ready to throw open the windows! If you do let some fresh air in, you are also letting outdoor allergens into your home.
With football season underway, it's crowded in the stadium and in the doctor's office. Many of us have witnessed a player shaken up and carried off the field after a big hit.
With football season underway, it’s crowded in the stadium and in the doctor’s office. Many of us have witnessed a player shaken up and carried off the field after a big hit.
Sending a child off to college is usually filled with excitement and a little anxiety.
The first day of school is right around the corner....exciting for sure, but heading back to school may also be stressful.
August 1 is the date for many students to return to school for athletics, drill team, cheerleading and band. This comes just as the temperatures hover around 100 degrees everyday.
If we measure our child's development in milestones then potty training is a big one! I think that most toddlers are ready to be "involved" in the bathroom when they are about 18 months old.
Doctor Sue, The Kid's Doctor, shares some tips on potty training toddlers.
They fly, crawl and can ruin a perfect summer day. Bugs are creeping everywhere this time of year and there is only one way to keep them at bay...insect repellent.
Swimming may be one of the best ways to beat the summer heat, but that may also mean your child is at risk for developing a painful swimmer's ear known as otitis externa.
Some times you see them and sometimes you don't. But mosquitoes are out there and some carry the deadly West Nile Virus.
Lazy days by the pool are a warm weather ritual for many families. But, if your child is spending a lot of time outdoors, you need to make sure they are protected from the sun.
Are you and your kids planning to cool off in a pool this summer? Beware.. the Center for Disease Control and Prevention wants you to know about the hidden dangers that may be lurking in the water.
If you are planning the perfect summer getaway with your family, don't let motion sickness spoil your plans.
When it comes to childhood milestones, learning how to ride a bike is a major one!
Let's face it, it's tough being a mom in today's world. There is so much pressure we place on ourselves in the hopes we are making the right decisions when it comes to raising our children.
Allergy season is literally in full bloom with flowers, trees and grasses all contributing to the sneezing, itchy eyes, runny noses and coughs which are seen in allergic children.