The great outdoors can seem not-so-great when your baby is itchy, sunburned, or suffering from bug bites. Here you'll get outdoor safety tips for summer and winter - plus learn how to keep your baby safe in the playground and water.
This is what to do when your baby overheats and develops that telltale rash.
Break out the bonnet, sunscreen, and water bottle. We've got you covered with these hot-weather tips.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Is it safe to take my newborn out in public?
Learn how to recognize these pesky plants, where they grow, how to avoid them, and how to treat your child's rash if she comes into contact with any of them.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, How long is too long for a baby to be in the sun?
Whether they're at the pool, beach, or lake, kids need extra protection when they're splashing around. Here, the latest advice from Parents magazine and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dust off your grill and grab your swimsuits, because the lazy days of summer are here! With the right tools and preparation, summertime can be a relaxing and safe time for you and your family. Here are 10 ways to avoid seasonal mishaps.
When the mercury rises, keep your infant happy and healthy with our hot-weather survival guide.
If your kids will be anywhere near a pool, beach, or lake this summer, read this article now -- it could save your child's life.
The winter season is officially here, which means that snow, ice, wind, and cold can start freezing, chapping, and irritating your kids. Use our tips below to keep your children safe all season long.
Covering your baby's stroller with a blanket to block the sun is a really bad idea.
Thinking about introducing your child to the fun of water play? Before hitting the pool or the beach, be sure to read our tips for helping your child feel comfortable.
Learn the emergency steps that could save your child's life
When you're heading to the beach or pool this summer keep these products and gear close by to protect your baby from the sun.
Following a few simple rules can help you shield your baby's skin from the sun.
Babies are especially susceptible to sunburns. If you suspect your bundle of joy has had a bit too much sun exposure follow these three steps to help her get better.
An expert explains the easiest way to remove a tick. Video courtesy of Le Bonheur Children's Hospital.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, How should I treat my baby's sunburn?
Or could it be poison oak or poison sumac? This is how to tell, plus what you'll need to do to make the itching stop.
Spending time outdoors with your little one can be fun for both of you. But you'll need to make sure she's protected from sun, humidity, and insects.
This is how to help your little one when she's clearly overheated.
Time to hit the pool! Make sure you keep your little ones safe -- memorize the following essential swim-smart tips from Safe Kids USA.
Children are most likely to wind up in the emergency room because of summer injuries. Here, the latest advice on protecting your kids, from Parents magazine and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
You'll be able to after reading this guide.
Will your child get skin cancer? Watch out for these risk factors, and get tips on keeping your child safe in the sun, from Parents magazine and the American Academy of Dermatology.