Want to help your whole family stay as healthy as possible? These simple, natural solutions can help!
Looking for safe, doctor-approved cures for sore throats, coughs, stomachaches, and more? Check this out!
It's miserable to watch your child suffer through the six to 10 colds she's likely to catch this year. So what's a concerned parent to do? We asked experts to tell us how to help fend off germs and how to help her feel better fast if she does get sick.
We've uncovered the natural remedies for kids that really work -- and the ones you should never try.
Doctors say many common ailments, from bee stings to bellyaches, can be treated with drug-free remedies.
Do you know that neighborhood kid who never seems to come down with anything? Do his parents know something you don't? Probably not, experts say, but put these six habits of healthy kids to use to avoid illness this year.
Baby, it’s cold season—and believe it or not, your kids could slide through it with nary a stuffed nose or sore throat. Just take a few simple steps, starting today.
A quick fix for a drippy, sneezy nose just might be found in the kitchen! Here's how to ease your child's allergies at home, without medication.
The next time your kid gets stung by an irate bee or a swarm of mosquitoes, look no further than your kitchen for relief. Tsippora Shainhouse, M.D., a pediatric dermatologist in Beverly Hills, shares all-natural secrets for relieving itching, stinging, and swelling—fast.
Honey, milk, and oatmeal aren't just for breakfast -- they're also used in home remedies for sunburn relief.