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How to Help a Toddler with Constipation

Constipation can cause plenty of pain and discomfort for toddlers. These expert-approved tips can help get things moving again.

The Real Poop on Pinworms in Kids

A contagious parasitic condition, pinworms are relatively common among school-aged children. Find out how to spot the symptoms of pinworms and relieve the telltale itching.

How Parents Can Help Children With Attention and Learning Issues With Remote, Hybrid, or In-Person Learning

This fall won't be ideal, but there are ways to help your child focus during an unusual school year, regardless of the learning method. These expert-recommended strategies will help them thrive.

3 Best Augmented Reality Apps for Education

Feel better about screen time this summer while also blowing your kid’s mind with these augmented-reality apps available for both iOS and Android devices.

How to Get Rid of Your Kid's Hiccups

Try getting rid of the pesky—hic!—things with one of these doctor-approved tricks for helping toddlers and school-age kids stop hiccupping.
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Dry Cough in Kids: Causes, Remedies, and When to See a Doctor

A dry cough doesn’t produce any mucus or phlegm, and it tends to stick around for days or weeks. Learn more about the causes of dry cough and natural remedies to combat it.

What a Wheezing Cough Means in Babies and Toddlers

Is your child making a high-pitched whistling sound when she coughs? The culprit could be bronchiolitis, asthma, or something else entirely. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for wheezing coughs.

Parents Give 'Smile Packs' to Pediatric Cancer Patients in Honor of Their Daughter Who Died From a Tumor

Months after their child died from a rare brain tumor, the Kramers decided to keep her memory alive by helping other pediatric cancer patients and their families during their battles.