PARENTING DURING COVID-19: CHILDREN
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It's happened: Your child has symptoms of COVID-19 or is under investigation for having coronavirus. What should you do? First of all, don't panic. The vast majority of children who develop COVID-19 will experience only mild symptoms.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children can be serious, even deadly, but most children who are diagnosed with this condition have gotten better with medical care. What parents and caregivers need to know.
In keeping with family safety and physical distancing this summer, here are some tips to transform your backyard into a personal play land for your kids.
Covering faces helps slow the spread of viruses, but it also blocks the view of the friendly smiles and encouraging facial expressions that typically set kids at ease.
Kids with symptoms of multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children, or MIS-C, a troubling complication of COVID-19, need immediate medical attention. What parents need to know.
Advice on what you need, which tools to have handy and what to expect during your child's virtual exam and afterward.
The coronavirus may be a public health challenge, but the social distancing needed to combat spread of the virus can be a challenge too. Now, more than ever, it is important to stay connected with friends and family.
Parenting is especially challenging in times of stress and upended routines, such as we're experiencing now with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are tips to help those who take care of young children.