Children’s behavioral health is an important issue in the United States. As a parent, it’s important to identify mental illness causes and warning signs, then learn the proper approach for helping your child.
Are you becoming a new parent soon? Explore these tips for bringing a newborn home and make the transition easier for you and your baby.
We all feel distracted at times — but is it a sign of something else? Learn what ADD/ADHD is and when it’s time to seek help.
Halloween may be a little different for our ghouls and goblins, but there are still lots of ways to have fun and get into the spirit of the season.
Electronics are a part of everyone’s life — but what are the negative effects of screen time for adults and children?
Good oral hygiene habits are essential to keeping your teeth and gums clean.
When your child is sick, the last thing you want to do is worry about a fever. Knowing when to take your child to their provider for a fever can help relieve symptoms before they become serious.
Vaccinations are an important part of family and public health.
Our children look to us to see how they should react to the coronavirus. Here’s how to answer their questions and help keep them feeling safe.
When temperatures in Arizona start to sizzle, there’s almost nothing more refreshing than a dip in a cool swimming pool. Swimming pools can be a welcome relief from the blistering heat, but it’s important to keep safety top of mind when your kids are around water.
Babies, children and teenagers need more sleep than adults to support their growing brains and bodies. Sleep needs vary among each child, but there are some general guidelines that can help parents stay on the right track.
Summer’s come and gone, and the kids will be putting on their backpacks and shuffling off to class. From new clothes to school supplies, there’s so many things on every parent’s back-to-school checklist.