A pediatrician explains that while cradle cap is a normal, painless occurrence, there are things you can do at home to help heal the peeling skin on your baby’s head.
Wondering whether its RSV, the flu or COVID-19? Learn how to tell the difference — or if it could be more than one infection at a time.
It may be tempting to give your little baby a sip of water on a hot summer day. Or to dilute their formula a bit to stretch it out. But giving babies water can be dangerous.
When your kid wakes up with a fever, upset tummy, cold or sore throat, do they need to stay home from school? Our pediatrician shares their advice.
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Did your kid just get hurt on a playground? Odds are, one of these first-aid tips for common injuries will help the tears go away.
The RSV vaccine for kids isn’t a traditional vaccine. It’s an immunization that provides babies under 8 months old with antibodies to fight RSV. What’s the difference? And what do parents need to know? Find out.
As kids head back to school, staying healthy is key. A pediatrician shares tips for everything from proper hygiene and playground rules to vaccinations and school bus safety.
Newborns can seem like tiny aliens, from how they look to how they act. But our pediatrician assures us that these newborn behaviors and physical traits are perfectly normal — and human.
Sure, your kid enjoys T-ball (or soccer or youth basketball or swim team). But could their team sport also be improving their mental health? Here’s how participating in team sports could set your child up for big wins in life.
When your child is sick and vomiting, you both just want it to stop. Here are common causes of vomiting in children, and when you should call a doctor.