Read Posts About Parenting
Raising a child can be challenging for parents and caregivers at all stages of development. Get parenting advice and tips from our expert pediatricians to help your child grow into a happy and healthy adult.
Childhood bullying is an all-too-common experience that can have both immediate and long-term, dangerous consequences. Hear from a mental health expert on what signs might indicate bullying, how to talk with kids about it, and more.
Whether you're dreading hectic school-day schedules or excited for kids to be back in the classroom, the transition back to school can be a stressful time for children and parents. Consider some of these tips from our pediatric experts on how parents can best prepare the entire family for school days.
New and expectant parents have a lot of questions. Get answers to common newborn bottle feeding questions, including how much milk newborns need and breastfeeding positions.
Audrey Brewer, MD, MPH answers commonly asked questions about childhood brain development and what families can do to reinforce and support it.
Navigating the difficult conversation around suicide with your children can be extremely challenging. Learn tips on having that discussion.
Dr. Lisa Simons provides eight ways to help prepare your child for getting back to the classroom.
Whether your child is showing signs of anxiety or settling into new routines well, we've gathered some simple, creative ways to improve mindfulness.
Physical activity is vital to teenager brain development and overall health. Here's how to keep teens active during the summer and why it's so important.
Infants in the NICU use cues to communicate with their families and caregivers to indicate when they are stressed, hungry, or comfortable, or self-soothing.
Our pediatric experts weigh in on what parents and care givers should know about the recent formula shortage.
Learn how much, how often and what kinds of foods babies eat from birth through their first birthday.