Antidepressants have warnings about suicidal thinking, but they may also provide the most effective treatment for your child's depression. These facts can help guide your decision.
If your child is being bullied, get involved. Find out what's happening — and know how to respond.
Burns can happen in the blink of an eye. To protect your child, take simple precautions at home and outdoors.
What does the way your child plays and speaks say about his or her development? Find out.
Explaining to your child why mom and dad are calling it quits is easier said than done. Here's help.
Children's sports can set the stage for lifelong fitness. Here's how to support your child's athletic interests, from playing catch to joining formal teams.
In the course of their daily adventures, children have plenty of opportunities to fall down. These simple precautions can help keep your child safe.
There's nothing spooky about Halloween safety. Protect your ghosts and goblins with these common-sense tips.
Looking for a way to talk about a tragedy with your child? Follow these tips.
The usual advice is eight hours a night, but many factors, such as age and genetics, influence how much shut-eye you need.
Wonder if your child is getting enough iron? Get the facts about iron deficiency in children.
Wondering if your child is ready for kindergarten? Know how you can help your child prepare for school.
Worried that your child might have a learning disorder? Find out what to look for and why early intervention is important.
Worried about how much time your child spends in front of a screen? Here's help changing your child's routine.
Wonder how to take your child's temperature? Which type of thermometer to use? When to call the doctor? Understand thermometer basics.
Considering buying a thermometer? Know the different types of thermometers and which style will work best for your family.
Aug. 07, 2013