It can be downright scary if strange or unfamiliar symptoms present themselves. When you're not quite sure what's wrong, use our advice to keep your baby healthy in any situation.
Is your baby having a seizure? Find out the signs of seizures in babies and what to do if your child has one.
What you need to know about hand-foot-and-mouth disease.
If something doesn't seem quite right in your baby's diaper area, consult our guide.
If you're a new mom, you'll have moments of panic about your baby's health. Here is a guide to the most common, most freaky phenomena of baby's first year.
Urinary tract infections can be serious because they're easy to miss, especially in young kids. A pediatrician who's treated his fair share explains exactly what parents should look for.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, My 4-week-old is losing hair in patches. Is this normal?
Newborns don't come with instruction manuals, and it may seem overwhelming to suddenly have to take care of their precious "parts." Here's everything you need to know to confidently take care of your baby "down there."
Have a cold sore? Kissing a baby could be deadly for the little one.
Using olive or sunflower oil on newborn babies' skin can do more harm than good.
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.
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.
When Parents featured Emily Keicher, 3, on the cover of our February 2013 issue with her gold-colored walker, we received an overwhelming number of responses from readers sharing their personal experiences raising children of differing abilities. These stories drew our attention to some of the many conditions affecting children nationwide. In the following pages, we highlight several of these children and provide links so we can all learn more about their diagnoses.
Adopting a special needs child can bring challenges to a family but also plenty of joy. One mother describes the emotional journey of adopting her daughter with Spina Bifida from China.
These pesky little nodes can cause severe sore throats, snoring, sleep disorders, and more. Here, your questions answered.
Get a better idea of what's going on with your baby - no doctor required. We've rounded up our favorite health apps to help you track Baby's milestones, figure out why she has a fever, and get her on a sleeping schedule.
Find out about the differences between these types of meningitis and more here.
It happened just hours after I gave birth to my little boy. Now that he's a healthy 4-year-old, I'm finally ready to tell our story.
Bacteria, viruses, and even fungi can cause meningitis, a serious infection of the brain and spinal cord. Learn the symptoms and treatment, which includes getting the meningitis vaccine.
If your baby is a boy, you'll need to determine if he'll have this surgery. Knowing the latest health info can help you make an informed choice.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question,Could my 13-week-old be having seizures?
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, How contagious are these rashes and how are they treated?
The creator of The Happiest Baby on the Block book and DVD clears up long-held misunderstandings about fussy babies.
Tonsillitis happens when the tonsils are infected, causing a fever and sore throat. Identify more symptoms to give proper treatment.
A study suggests a simple swab could offer C-section babies protective benefits similar to those received during a vaginal delivery.
As Barefoot Mum Kelli Bannister soothed her sick baby in the shower, someone snapped this beautiful image of the moment.
Two of Micah Simmons' children suffered strokes in utero, which caused complications after birth. Now, she wants to raise the visibility of pediatric stroke.