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COVID-19 Vaccine for Kids Under 5
The FDA has approved the COVID-19 vaccine for kids under 5 years old. Children’s doctors weigh in on vaccine safety, when to vaccinate and why it’s still important.
Taking Control of Seasonal Allergies
Though the symptoms can mimic the common cold, allergies require unique care and treatment. Here’s what to look for and practical tips for how to manage allergies.
Should Your Growing Athlete Specialize?
Specializing in a single sport too early can cause overuse injuries in growing athletes. Find out how your kid can play and practice healthily at every age.
How to Tell If Your Child Has Scoliosis
Learn what to look for if you suspect your child may have scoliosis.
Does My Child Need a Tonsillectomy?
Learn the signs to look for from our team of pediatric ear, nose and throat experts.
Providing You With The Resources You Need—From Broken Bones to Preventing the Flu
The No.1 Way to Keep Germs Away
Washing your hands throughout the day can help stop the spread of germs and prevent illnesses and infections like colds and the flu.
Explaining Your Child’s Cancer Diagnosis
Learn how to explain your child’s cancer diagnosis, and how to explain his or her diagnosis to your child’s friends and siblings.
What Is Anxiety and How Does It Look in Kids?
If you have any reason to believe your child is suffering from problematic anxiety; it’s important to know the signs and to get help.
So, What is Autism?
Autism spectrum disorder is just that—a spectrum. It means different things for different people, but early intervention is key. Here's what parents should know.
5 Steps for Managing Your Child’s Asthma
You can help your child maintain a healthy, active lifestyle by learning ways to manage and control her asthma symptoms.