Articles for Tag: "pediatrics"

Limit device time to avoid this developmental delay  Featured
Limit device time to avoid this developmental delay
Handheld screens may be harming your child more than you think.
Don’t fear the EpiPen (even if it’s someone else’s child)  Featured
Don’t fear the EpiPen (even if it’s someone else’s child)
Which kid here has food allergies? What you need to know if you find yourself responsible for a child with an EpiPen.
Changing the lives of Latin American teenagers forever 
Changing the lives of Latin American teenagers forever
Alejandra and Christian had never traveled outside of El Salvador until they received the chance of a lifetime this month.
Be careful what you feed your toddler  Featured
Be careful what you feed your toddler
New research shows 60 percent of what’s being marketed is not meant for the average child.
Are your kids waking up too early? This may be the answer  Featured
Are your kids waking up too early? This may be the answer
If you are consistently sleep deprived, an expert says this is the key to getting your young ones to sleep in.
Are classroom chairs a thing of the past? 
Are classroom chairs a thing of the past?
A recent study reveals a health benefit to new flexible seating options for kids.
How to deal with the dreaded public temper tantrum  Featured
How to deal with the dreaded public temper tantrum
A pediatric and adolescent expert explains behavioral management techniques to best handle these tricky situations.