Are you not quite sure what's wrong with your kid? We have all the info you need about fever, stomach problems, disease and infection, and more. The path to a healthy happy kid starts here.
Going outside at this time of year can make kids sneeze or wheeze, but as one mom learned, what's inside your home might actually be causing the symptoms.
Parents have reported being "horrified" by the changes they've seen in their kids after taking the popular laxative. Here's what the experts say.
Could a sudden, severe change in a child's behavior be brought on by something as common as strep throat? Many experts -- and distraught parents -- say yes. We dig deeper to find out what's going on, and which children are at risk.
Lots of young children -- and even babies -- are prone to headaches. Make the pain go away with this sensible advice.
Mononucleosis, commonly called the kissing disease, is usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus. Learn what causes mono, and how to prevent it.
Parents -- and physicians -- often mistake appendicitis for a bad stomachache. Would you be able to spot it in your child?
Signs of appendicitis usually start with slight fever and pain near the belly button. Learn what causes appendicitis to spot symptoms in time.
Treatments for common and severe poison plant rashes.
Quite a lot, as it turns out.
Salmonella is a scary and common source of food poisoning. Here's how to avoid it.
Dan and Andrea Gorsegner were stunned to learn that their 2 1/2-year-old daughter Natalie had acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Andrea offers a small glimpse into their journey as a family, from cancer diagnosis to the maintenance stage of her treatment.
At a time when one in three kids weighs too much, an inability to pack on pounds might seem like a minor issue. But some slender children have health concerns of their own.
Cerebral palsy can cause many limitations in a child with the disorder, but one mom isn't letting that stop her son from living a happy life. Communication and mobility problems cannot stop a child's determination.
What can I do to prevent them and help them heal quickly?
With more tests than usual and an armful of shots, this visit to the pediatrician may be the toughest yet. Here are 10 tips to help it go smoothly.
Get to know six contagious conditions that lots of kids have but few parents talk about.
Time to unplug! A new study says three hours of screen time a day may boost diabetes risk in kids. Here's what you can do about it.
How is ringworm spread and treated?
Think you understand constipation--and how to fix it--when it comes to your kids? You may be surprised.
Kids who focus on one sport too early are more likely to get hurt or quit, according to a new AAP report.
A child with cerebral palsy may not be able to play like other children or may even be nonverbal, but that doesn't affect her laughter or desire to explore. While life with the disorder may be different and at times hard, it is not stopping the members of one family from loving and supporting each other.
The earlier you identify and address a child's hearing loss, the less serious its impact will be.
A tear in this membrane between the outer and middle ear usually heals on its own within a few days. This is what you need to know in the meantime.
Ten-year-old Kelley Sperry tries to ignore the kids who tease her -- and bravely waits for the disease that is gradually destroying her face to go away.
Child abuse is a taboo topic. It's hard to know where to turn for help, whether you suspect a child is being physically abused, or your own parenting skills have been tested. We have guidance.