UNDER THE RAINBOW - Spring 2017
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There are few sights more adorable than watching your little one snuggle that cute baby chick at a petting zoo. But animals – even healthy ones – shed a variety of bacteria that can be toxic to your toddler.
Each year, medicines given to help children send many to the emergency room instead. Reduce your child's risk for dangerous drug side effects by steering clear of these products.
Knowing the difference between cold and seasonal allergies can guide you to the right quick-relief steps, help prevent future symptoms, and even head off complications like ear infections, sinus infections and worsening asthma.
Kids need plenty of H2O to grow, but a surprising new study finds about half of them aren’t getting enough water every day.
Prompted by recent research, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines for human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines. If you're a parent, find out what vaccine your child needs and when.
Sneezes, cough and handshakes aren't the only way to spread disease-causing germs. The home is a huge collector of viruses, bacteria and allergy-inducing dust mites. How to target these illness hotspots.
Small worries are normal for kids and teens. But when worry morphs into distress so that everyday life is difficult, anxiety may be controlling parts of your child's life.
Follow these five health tips to make your 30s your best decade yet.