Now that you’ve brought your baby safely into the world, there are some important things you should know to help you keep your little one healthy, safe, and happy throughout the formative years.
Remember that "terrible twos" phase of a child's life also can be the "terrific twos." Watching your children grow and learn is an enriching experience.
Safe Kids Worldwide estimates that three out of four children too small for seatbelts are incorrectly restrained in car seats or booster seats.
Parents and pediatricians should know how to detect hearing problems at various stages during a child's first three years of life.
Your child should see a dentist six months after eruption of the first tooth, experts say. The dentist can provide or recommend preventative information regarding baby bottle tooth decay, infant feeding practices, mouth cleaning, teething, pacifier habits and finger-sucking habits.
With childhood obesity on the rise, should parents worry about the weight of their babies?
It's important to encourage good eating habits, while allowing kids to enjoy the fun of the holiday.
Jogging strollers come in a variety of shapes and sizes to match almost anyone's needs, including parents with twins or children with physical disabilities.
No one is fond of change, and big changes during the holidays can be particularly difficult to cope with for everyone involved.
Do you want to gain better control over your asthma? Put it in writing!
As a parent of a young child, one of the most important decisions you will make is choosing who will care for your child while you’re at work.
Your little ones can learn a lot about safety if you take some time to teach them. Here's an ABC that you and your children can recite together.
You can help keep your children safe by following these precautions.
Having a baby is a life-changing experience, and there's no way to know just how exhilarating and challenging the first few months can be.