Finding out there is a label for what they are experiencing and getting the help they need can be life changing for kids with learning disabilities.
Pediatric neuropsychiatrist Jay Salpekar, MD, recommends a combination of therapy, education, behavior modification and medicine for treating children with ADHD.
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.
If your child says their head hurts, don’t dismiss it as a simple headache.
Dr. Lisa Efron answers a reader’s question about what to do when your child is diagnosed with ADHD.