Wondering what to do with the leftover Halloween candy? It's time to find some creative ways to help your kids manage their candy stash in a healthy way.
These Halloween safety tips will help ensure that trick-or-treating this year brings nothing but smiles (and maybe just a bit too much candy!).
With the variety of car seats for kids available and recent changes to Virginia’s child restraint laws, there’s no doubt parents could use a bit of guidance. Child Passenger Safety Technician Sharon Ferraro provides tips on the best ways to keep kids safe on the road.
Playing one sport year-round puts kids at risk for overuse injuries and may impact their performance in the future. Take a look at these tips to keep young athletes healthy and injury-free.
One of the best ways to encourage children to eat healthier may just be to get them involved in the kitchen to learn how to prepare and cook meals.
It's time to start thinking about the new school year. Here's some things to remember as you start getting everyone ready for early mornings and days full of learning.
If your child plays sports through their school or a community league, now is the time to schedule a sports physical if you haven’t done so already.
Myth or fact: delayed vaccine schedules are safer than the typical vaccine schedule. Take a look at the facts, and check out our infographic about vaccines by age.
Is your child at risk? Take a look at this Q&A with pediatric neurologist J. Nicholas Brenton, MD, to learn more about AFM, a rare but serious neurologic condition that typically affects young children.
Last year, 4.9 percent of middle-schoolers and 20.8 percent of high-schoolers reported they had used electronic cigarettes in the past month. Find out what to look for and how to talk to your kids about vaping.