Where to go when your child is sick
If your child is sick or injured, it is important to know where to take them for care. Learn what can be treated at a pediatric urgent care center and a pediatrician's office.Learn More
Why, When and How to Wash Your Kids’ Hands
Washing your hands throughout the day, and encouraging your kids to do the same, can help stop the spread of germs and prevent illnesses and infections, like colds, the flu and COVID-19.learn more
Pediatric Care, Urgent Care or Emergency Care?
Knowing where to take your child will help her get needed care quickly and might help you avoid a long wait.
What Parents Need to Know: Snakes, Bees, Bugs & Toxic Plants
Warmer weather means more opportunities to get outdoors. Before you venture out, get a rundown of some of the most common culprits for bites, stings and rashes.
Is Melatonin Safe for Kids?
Do you experience bedtime battles with your little one? Find out if melatonin is safe for your child.
How to Safely Clean Your Child’s Ears
Make sure you don’t do more harm than good by reading these tips before cleaning your child’s ears.
Understanding Anxiety in Kids and Teens
Anxiety in kids and teens doesn’t always look the same as it does in adults. Here’s what to look for and how to get them help.
How to Avoid Medication Mistakes
The last thing parents should do is make their sick child more sick by giving him the wrong medication—or too much. Here’s what to know.
Concussion: When to Worry About Hits to the Head
From sports injuries to big bumps and falls, kids of all ages are at risk for concussion. Know the signs and symptoms, and learn how to keep your child safe.
Chest Pain in Kids: What to Do
Kids can have pain in their chests for a number of reasons, some of them relatively harmless. Here’s what parents should know and when to take them to the doctor.
Why Your Kid May Be Complaining About Back Pain
It’s not just adults who have back pain. Our pediatric experts treat teens and kids for back pain, whether it’s their muscles or bones or something else.
The No. 1 Way to Keep Germs Away
Few things are more effective at preventing the spread of germs than good handwashing. Here’s what to know and how to teach your kids to do it right.