Use these 5 tips to manage your children’s expectations and protect them from the onslaught of holiday marketing.
At home, open communication and rock-solid routines can wrangle disruptions and uncertainty.
That's the message from health leaders and the older generation as we seek to flatten the curve and save lives.
A single dose may provide benefits similar to the standard two- or three-dose regimen.
Kids who endure bullying are more likely to suffer mental health problems—and they may in turn become more likely to bully.
Babies and toddlers are exposed to a glut of added sugars in yogurt, snacks, bakery sweets, fruit drinks and candy.
Body image and a host of other factors can influence—for better or worse—your teen's habits with all things nutrition.
A dietitian and pediatrician offer tips to ensure your youngster is successful in this new journey.
Children's exercise habits begin to take shape as early as age 7, researchers say—so don't let them become couch potatoes.
New research bolsters the notion that youngsters are spending too much time on smartphones and not enough on social interactions, exercise and sleep.
Learn why safety at home is a state of mind.
E-cigarette use also increased among middle school students, from less than 1 percent in 2011 to nearly 5 percent in 2018.