Winter weather is tough on the tender skin of young babes. Here are some tips on protecting your baby's skin at a time of year when "dry skin" takes on a whole new meaning.
Ann Douglas: TTC to Teens
To reduce the likelihood that you will have an accident while you're driving with a toddler or preschooler on board, try to keep these important safety points in mind.
It's not just grownups who risk developing obesity-related health problems if they spend too little time sleeping and too much time watching TV.
Salmonella infections are particularly serious for babies under the age of one. While adults are most likely to contract it by eating contaminated food, infants are more likely to contract Salmonella via an environmental source.
Your baby's abilities are constantly changing. That will make your job all the more challenging. Here are the key safety points to keep in mind.
Here are some of the key findings from a recent report on what factors in the home or community environment are most likely to contribute to school readiness at age five.
Screaming fits, throwing themselves to the floor...toddlers and preschoolers have tantrums. When should you be concerned?
Is your little one shy and worried about not making friends or fitting in with new classmates? These tips can help ease even the most hesitant child into the school year.
Here's what made the list of 11 school readiness measures identified by Eleanor Thomas in her report Readiness to Learn at School Among Five-Year-Old Children in Canada.
You don't know what hot means until you've been pregnant in the summer. These mom-proven methods help you stay cool during even the hottest days of summer.