Research suggests that lying is very common in young children and starts early. The key is to recognize why your child is lying and help them reach an end goal without needing to lie.
SUDEP, or Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy, is when someone with epilepsy dies suddenly and unexpectedly for an unknown reason. The good news is there are things a family and child can do to reduce the risk of SUDEP.
Have you ever tried to read your child’s immunization record but gave up because you got totally confused? Here’s a quick guide that will help you!
Most convertible seats have limits that permit children to ride rear-facing for 2 or more years.
We spoke with local doctor, Terry Kind, about how parents, guardians and caregivers can keep their kids safe and hydrated as temperatures continue to rise.