In addition to following these tips, we encourage families to participate in National Brush Day on November 1, and commit to brushing teeth for two minutes, twice a day.
As fun as Halloween is for children, it’s equally worrying for parents. Safety risks abound, from falling in the dark to unsafe candy.
There are several ways you can make Halloween a healthier time of the year for your children.
Here are five ways to boost learning and help your child have fun while doing it.
The Children’s National Beyond The Spectrum team shares some tips for preparing your child with autism for a medical visit.