All parents want their families to be happy and healthy. Here’s how to prepare for a happy and healthy future.
A doctor mom reveals the easiest ways to keep your little ones as healthy as possible.
Before your child's next appointment with the pediatrician, ask yourself if you're taking these essential steps.
Our panel of AAP pediatricians understands your concerns about vaccines. They’re parents, too. But here's what they really wish people knew about vaccines.
Want a better way to cut down on the number of sick days your child takes? Find out how mom-pediatricians keep their own families healthy year-round.
Are you a little nervous to take your newborn to her first doctor appointment? Don't fret. We'll help you with what questions to ask, what paperwork to remember, who to bring along, and what Baby needs.
Some heathy habits are OK to let slide on occasion. But these five habits should be non-negotiable with kids.
Four out of ten workers don't fully understand their total compensation or employee-benefits package, according to the payroll provider ADP. Educate yourself before this year's open enrollment so you can harvest every dollar.
No one knows more about toddler milestones and social issues than a child psychologist. Francyne Zeltser, Psy.D. wants to help parents worry less and enjoy parenting more.
We teamed up with the experts—nutritionists from the American Dietetic Association—to give you the best advice on getting your kids to eat right.
Between bringing your newborn home and sending him off to college, you’re bound to make mistakes. We asked moms to look back on theirs so that maybe—just maybe—you won’t have the same regrets.
Help your take-charge preschooler adopt these healthy hygiene habits.
There are so many misconceptions when it comes to the brain. Dr. Rahul Jandial, a neurosurgeon and author of Neurofitness, explains what parents should actually focus on.