Chicken soup really works, antibiotics aren't the answer, and other key info you need to survive the coughing and sneezing season.
Although you can usually tell if your child's caught a stomach bug -- she'll have vomiting or diarrhea that lasts 24 to 48 hours -- you should know these other common causes of tummy trouble, and how you can help her feel better.
A simple plan to treat your feverish child -- with advice on when to call the doctor.
Forget what you thought you knew about the best treatment. Your pediatrician may not give you the same old advice anymore.
How to determine if you have an emergency on your hands.
What you don't know about this common ailment can make your kid feel even worse. To help her fight back from stomach viruses fast, be sure to learn these six essential facts.
Fever is not a disease in itself -- it's an important part of the healing process.
We've put together a cheat sheet to help you prepare for your child's 1-year well checkup -- from what vaccines she'll get to which questions you should be sure to ask.
What's causing baby's ear pain and how you can help.
Over-the-counter cold and cough medicines should no longer be given to children younger than 4, according to a new warning from the makers of these children's medications. So what do you do if you child's coughing the night away or sneezing nonstop? We asked top pediatricians how to help your child feel better and sleep soundly -- safely.
Your little one has a stomach ache? Try one of these natural home remedies to tame his tummy trouble.
From potty-training and playdates to toddler teeth and watching TV, we asked some of the nation's leading pediatricians to address some of your biggest worries.
Here's what not to do when your little one has a stomach ache (and which symptoms signal something serious enough for a doctor's visit).
Suspect your kid's got an ear infection? Read this to find out why and what to do.
Guidelines for the first three years of your child's life
This essential guide (that we hope you'll never need) to getting through your kid's stay in the hospital comes straight from a mom whose daughter lived in the hospital for 123 days.
Which symptoms warrant a call to your child's doctor?
Are you making these common errors when it comes to dosing your kids?
I meet too many parents who are following outdated (and potentially dangerous) guidelines. Are you one of them?
Of course you want to help your child feel better fast, but the wrong tummy treatment could set her back for days. Avoid these six mistakes.
Ditch the spoonful of sugar. Use these proven strategies, from both doctors and real parents, if the "Here comes the airplane" tactic fails to work.