Under The Rainbow - Summer 2017
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Karate, taekwondo, judo and other martial arts are popular with children. Although these activities provide a good workout for kids, some types also come with increased risk for injury, says the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Your toddler’s howling in the supermarket cookie aisle. Your first-grader told Aunt Betty she doesn’t like her birthday present. Your 10-year-old just let rip a swear word you didn’t even know he knew – in public. What now?
Cleveland-area couple finds compassionate and highly specialized care for their newborn daughter close to home.
If your family eats healthy most of the time, nutritional lapses are no big deal – and can even teach kids important facts about food.
Depression can make life challenging for teens. Plus, it’s a risk factor for suicide, the second-leading cause of death in 15- to 19-year-olds. A recent study in the journal Pediatrics shows this issue is only growing.
You may be interested in a study to help us learn what the best treatment is for mild sleep-disordered breathing, a condition in which children have snoring and breathing problems during sleep, but do not have apnea.
Kids now spend more hours staring at screens and less time playing in the sunshine. And the implications go beyond expanding waistlines.
It can be tough to know when your child's injury requires immediate emergency room treatment or a bandage and a hug. Here are three common health scares and the best ways to handle them.