Before you head to the store to stock up on toys for all the kids on your list, check out these 6 tips. During the happiest time of the year, as well as all year long, it's important to make sure the gifts you buy will keep kids entertained without putting them in potential danger.
Help your child learn to handle bullying. Have that important conversation about what bullying looks and feels like, and then help your child develop a strategy to deal with it. These 5 things can help you get the conversation started.
Anxiety about going to school doesn't look the same for every child. It might appear as a tummy ache that suddenly resolves once the child gets to stay home for the day. Sometimes it’s tantrums or clinginess or defiance. Learn more about this common situation and when to loop in a professional.
The school year is in full swing, and that means germ swapping has commenced. No matter how many times we tell our kids to wash their hands and use best practices when coughing and sneezing, it doesn’t always happen.
The CDC lists motor vehicle crashes as the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, and distracted driving is a major factor. In this class, teens & parents will hear from crash survivors and sign a driving contract.
Your child wakes up in the middle of the night with a pain in his calf or complains that his knee hurts after playing outside. Read about what to do if those pains keep coming and going or don’t go away at all.