Observe how your child recognizes pain prior to surgery to help reduce overmedication and promote a normal healing process.
Whether they’re using a conventional car seat or a wheelchair, here are some tips for keeping your child with special needs safe while driving.
From sleep tips to car seats — we’ve got you covered! Follow these six simple tips to help keep your little one safe.
While there is potential for monkeypox to spread in places like daycares and schools, the risk of your child contracting it from those places is not high.
While children aren’t at high risk for contracting monkeypox, they are still susceptible to the virus, and are at increased risk for more severe outcomes if they become infected.