From newborn to adulthood, your children count on you to keep them healthy, strong and thriving. Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital experts help you stay in-the-know while your kids are on-the-grow.
This gastrointestinal illness typically slows height and weight gains.
High cholesterol, diabetes and blood pressure problems plague these children.
Help your kiddo avoid tummy troubles, and find out when you should go to a doctor.
Study shows scans reveal reduced circulation in brains those who have not recovered from head injuries.
Young children will put anything and everything in their mouth, which can lead to choking, poisoning or other health problems.
Doctors often yield to parent wishes, despite believing it puts children at risk.
Babies who drink formula may have higher exposure to arsenic than breast-fed infants.
A record number of students are expected to dance in a 15-year tradition that raises funds for Helen DeVos Children's Hospital.
It could be stridor, a treatable problem with the larynx.
Alexandra, one of the smallest babies in the world to undergo a heart procedure in July, beat the odds and is 'doing great.'
Those with allergies are at greatest asthma risk, study finds.
Help your teens live a full life—and stay safe—despite food allergies.