Nicole Harris

Experts are tracking the spread of the Omicron variant, but there's still many uncertainties. Is it more transmissible than previous COVID-19 strains? Does it affect children more severely? We spoke with experts to learn more.
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There's no doubt that the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) sounds scary. Here's everything you need to know about the disease that's infected millions of people worldwide.
Children and toddlers usually display mild symptoms of COVID-19, but severe complications are also possible—especially for those with underlying conditions. Here's what parents need to know.
Before you visit anyone who has received the COVID-19 vaccine, it's important to consider these facts and guidelines from the CDC.
Need a boost when feeding your little one? We've got you covered. Whether you're breastfeeding or bottle-feeding, these nursing pillows offer support and comfort at a time when you need it most.
Parents can sometimes detect early signs of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in babies under 12 months old. Here's what you need to know.
Where can my kids get vaccinated? What are the possible side effects? Will they need a booster shot? We spoke with Marcella Nunez-Smith, M.D., a co-chair of President Biden's COVID-19 Health Equity Task Force, to answer these questions and more.
Get kids excited for trimming the tree—and keep them entertained during winter break—with these free printable Christmas ornament coloring pages.
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The Biden Administration's plans will begin immediately after the FDA and CDC authorize the COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 5-11 years old, which could happen in a matter of weeks.
While you should always check with your doctor if you have concerns about getting vaccinated, health officials have ensured the safety of the coronavirus vaccine. Still have questions about the vaccine and your fertility? Here are the answers.
Your child will likely contract cytomegalovirus (CMV) at some point in their life. Here's what parents should know about CMV, and why it's usually not a cause for concern in kids.
The parent-controlled version, which would've make Instagram accessible to those under 13 years old, is coming under scrutiny from lawmakers and regulators.
The recalled products pose a suffocation risk for babies, and they were sold at retailers like Target, Walmart, and Pottery Barn Kids.
Here's your guide to choosing a baby swing for your little one, including five options that give infants the perfect place to hang out comfortably and securely.
It's miserable to watch your toddler suffer through sickness. Help them feel better with these home remedies for cough in kids.
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An issue with belt installation could increase the risk of head injury during a crash.
It's almost time for trick-or-treating! Get inspired by these clever Halloween costumes for boys and girls.
You'll hit the jack-o'-lantern pot with these simple Halloween snacks and treats. They'll give kids the fuel they need to power through hours of trick-or-treating!
Losing your mucus plug could mean labor is on the way. But when does it usually happen? And what if you lose your mucus plug early? Here's everything you need to know.
Losing your mucus plug signals that labor may be approaching. Here's what you need to know about the projected timeline.
If you've lost your mucus plug, labor could be on its way. Find out what a mucus plug looks like so you know what to expect.
These funny baby costumes will definitely bring the laughter to your Halloween party.
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Want the best baby Halloween costume for your little one? Check out these adorable options to buy or DIY.
Get excited for October 31 with these cute Halloween coloring pages for kids and toddlers.
Looking to trade your hotel room for a tent? With these kid-friendly activity ideas, you'll have the easiest (and most memorable) camping trip ever.