Want to know how to win at being a parent? It’s all about the little things you can do that take minimal effort yet make a big difference in your child’s life. Here, you’ll find hacks, tips, and advice that will help you live your best parenting life.
You feel like death. Your child feels like dancing, jumping, making a mess, and whining for more snacks. These little-known shortcuts are your ticket to a restorative day in bed—even if you don’t have a babysitter.
Think your child is coming down with the flu? Check out the common flu symptoms in kids, then learn about the available treatment options.
Ditch the spoonful of sugar. Use these proven strategies, from both doctors and real parents, if the "Here comes the airplane" tactic fails to work.
A pediatrician mom explains why some classic health concerns may benefit from a wait-and-see approach.
A simple plan to treat your feverish child -- with advice on when to call the doctor.
What you need to know to keep your family happy and healthy this winter.
As a pediatrician and a father, I’ve perfected some easy ways to tell whether your groaner has a flair for the dramatic or genuinely doesn’t feel well.
Analysis shows that a newer class of antibiotics is more effective at curing strep throat; long-established guidelines still favor penicillin
Tired of getting every cold and stomach virus your kid brings home? Here's how to make sure she keeps her germs to herself.
Get discounts on prescriptions, negotiate with your doctor, bargain-shop for a health plan—and take more control over your family's medical bills.