Your well-child visits can serve as a simple guide to new baby care. Here's what you can expect at your child's two-week checkup.
What should you look for in a pediatrician? We've pulled together questions for the office staff and doctor to help you narrow down your choices and find a pediatrician who meshes with your schedule and your needs.
Is your child deathly afraid of needles and due to get a booster shot soon? Here are a few suggestions that may help with this common and stressful situation.
Communication skills begin way before your baby utters that first word. Is your child's hearing and talking on target? Take a look and see.
Autism often isn't discovered until age 5. Children diagnosed at this age miss opportunities to get therapy during the time their brains are growing and most easily shaped.
Tooth decay is a bacterial infection that babies can catch even from their moms. Protect your baby from dental cavities with our helpful how-to's.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends the first visit by your tot's first birthday. You're on board. Now, how can you prepare your barely walking kiddo for a visit to the dentist?
Curious about your baby's blood type? It's among the most vital information to remember about your child!
Your baby's got a fever. You rush to the store, reach for the acetaminophen baby drops and can't find them! What happened?
As you did when choosing an ob/gyn, you want to find a pediatrician who is top-notch medically. How much better if he or she is also on the journey to an environmentally sustainable perspective on pediatrics!