Preparing for play dates, camps and family travel always reminds families about the inconvenience of bedwetting. Thankfully, bedwetting is rarely caused by a serious medical problem and almost always resolves on its own with time. It can, of course, be a cause of worry and embarrassment for children and frustration (and extra laundry!) for parents.
Remembering the facts about car safety can be mesmerizing; however, keeping your child safe while riding in the car is one of the first and most important jobs that parents have! Here are some of the basics: Infants and toddlers should ride rear facing until they are two years old. This seat can be a
As the time nears for kids to head back to school parents are understandably excited. One aspect of being in school not to be excited about? Head lice. Head lice are tiny bugs that live in the hair and bite the scalp. They spread easily with close head-to-head contact. Many parents worry that they have
School is out and the weather is hot- which means kids will be spending a lot more time in the sun. With that in mind, parents can understandably have questions about how to keep their kids safe while still enjoying summer past times like the pool, playground and beach. Here’s all the information you need
With summer fun comes exposure to insect bites and bee stings. Most bites do not result in significant problems, but there are a few things to look out for. First, if your child is stung by a bee, you want to be sure that the stinger is not left behind (wasps and hornets do not