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School vision screenings may catch some problems, but often miss eye conditions and diseases that comprehensive exams catch. Dr. Linley explains the difference.
Pediatrician Dr. Scovell dispels the myth that you can spoil an infant and offers tips for helping them grow into healthy toddlers.
Adults, children, and infants have different needs when it comes to CPR. Make your summer safer by learning the differences.
Experience is everything, which is why a simulator may help teen drivers better understand the danger of distracting devices, food and even passengers.
The Family Advisory Council at Toledo Children's Hospital is seeking more voices. Your experience could help strengthen patient-centered care.
You can't always predict a trip to the hospital, but keeping a "Go Bag" or checklist can make the visit easier and help keep your child comfortable.
Dee Washington, from Harbor Behavioral Health, shares tips for what to do and say in this situation, from her professional and personal experiences.
Leaving your child with a sitter can be stressful. Ensure their safety with these tips and our downloadable emergency contact form.
The American Heart Association recommends less than 6 teaspoons of added sugar daily for kids. Dietitian Chloe Plummer explains why and how to do it.
Therapist Diana Swaney talks about how parents can work together after divorce and remarried to parent effectively, and one family shows us what works for them.
Family history and lifestyle factors contribute to a child's risk of heart disease, even among children in grade school.
Amanda spent more time in the NICU than she wanted, first at birth and then with her daughters. Now she's using her experiences to care for others as a nurse.