During the summer months, your family's chances of encountering bees and wasps increase. Before heading outdoors, it’s a good idea to know how to reduce your child’s risk of getting stung and what to do in the event that a sting occurs.
There are growing concerns about the mental health of children in this country. Health care providers says more and more kids are in crisis—and they’re calling on parents to take action.
The summer vacation season is fast approaching and many families with young children are preparing to travel. Whether you're staying at a luxury hotel or a roadside motel, you can keep your family safe by taking a few precautions.
Summer camp is a time for new experiences and making memories. Choosing the right summer camp program is an important decision for parents, so pediatrician Dr. Pilar Bradshaw recommends considering your child’s personality and interests.
Children 3 years and younger are particularly at risk for choking because they are still learning to chew and swallow food, and they often put things in their mouths that they shouldn’t.