Read about three parents' experiences to see how diverse and neat their kids are. From the age of onset of autism spectrum disorder to a child’s patterns of behavior and the progression of the condition, each child is unique.
Category: Children’s Health
Remember the green Mr. Yuk sticker? The dangers of poisons today can be less obvious and can appear attractive or even trendy. You may have these in your home.
Substance abuse changes the brain and affects people’s behaviors and actions. What are the signs of your child or teenager becoming addicted? How does it affect their physically developing brain? And how can you help?
You signed your child up for Little League, and now you’re wondering if that old batting helmet that’s been kicking around the garage is good enough for one more season. You’ve watched games from the bleachers enough times to have seen other people’s kids dropped by a wild pitch, and you don’t want to experience...
Although strep commonly affects children, anyone can get it and, if left untreated, it can be more serious than you might think.
11 Frequently Asked Questions for Anyone with Asthma or a Chronic Respiratory Illness Does having asthma put me at a higher risk of being infected with the new coronavirus and contracting COVID-19? No. Having asthma or other chronic lung disease does not increase your risk of getting COVID-19 any more than influenza or other disease....
There are several benefits of having a family physician or certified nurse practitioner for you and your family. Understanding the benefits can also help you choose the provider who will best meet your healthcare needs.
Although helmet safety is a big part of bicycle safety, it is also important for parents to teach their children about other safety rules. One suggestion is to adopt a No Helmet = No Ride rule. And remember, chin starps need to be snug, not hanging below the chill.
By Martin Janning, MD, Outreach Specialist at GRHS: Ear, Nose & Throat Physician & Sleep Specialist This three-part series features common pediatric ear, nose, and throat symptoms to help parents identify the normal versus abnormal conditions kids have – and when to talk to their family physician about it. In part one, we looked at...