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Young children are prone to motion sickness, which can make traveling stressful. By planning ahead, you can keep it in check.
A "tripledemic" of respiratory viruses is making it harder to find over-the-counter children's medications in some areas. Here are some tips to help manage a fever naturally.
Tantrums are a normal, but frustrating part of early childhood. Learn how you can support your child through this difficult developmental phase.
Do you wake up thirsty? If so, the reason may not be that you’re dehydrated from drinking too little water throughout the day.
By keeping blood circulating to vital organs, CPR can keep a person alive until help arrives. Learn how anyone can safely perform the technique.
Tightly wrapping a newborn baby in a blanket or swaddle is a common practice. But is it safe? Learn why and when swaddling is appropriate.
Fifteen-year-old Jaivan’s rapid weight loss and severe digestive symptoms led to a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease – and a remarkable improvement with treatment and disease management.
A wave of viral illnesses sweeping the nation has caused medication shortages for sick children. Here’s what parents can do.