Amy Spangler, CNP, breaks down what parents and caregivers need to know if they think their child may be sick with COVID-19.
Nearly all babies get this virus before they are one year old. It's common, but still dangerous. Dr. Barnett shares how to prevent and recognize it.
A vision screening and eye exam aren't the same. Here's what the screening is missing and when it's time to see an eye doctor.
Injury prevention specialist Gina Veres shares this easy tip and more for keeping your little one safe during the summer months.
Summer fun can get dangerous when temps are high. Our health experts give tips for staying safe in the heat.
When a back brace didn't help Sara's scoliosis, Dr. Buerk recommended surgery. Six weeks later, the teen was back to running, dancing and musical theatre.
Some of the most common bone injuries happen in the warmer months. Dr. Lewis shares why trampolines are a common culprit and how to enjoy them safely.
Kawasaki disease is a rare condition that looks a lot like a viral illness. Learn the classic symptoms and why it can cause heart attacks in children.
This viral disease sometimes makes an appearance during the back-to-school season. Here's what you need to know to spot and treat it in your children.
Trampolines can be a source of injury for children. Here's what you need to know before they jump.
Kids today are spending less time playing outside and being physically active. Blogger Beth Langefels shares tips for getting your whole family moving.
Dr. Cantor had anxieties about having her son evaluated but is thankful for the early intervention. Now she advises parents: Don't fear the diagnosis.