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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.
More than 10,000 children were treated for backpack-related injuries in 2014. Keep your child healthy with these tips from Dr. DeVries.
Sleep helps children grow and perform their best throughout the day. Here's how many hours your child needs and the best way to get back into a sleep routine.
A recent law aims to protect adolescents and teenagers from an infection in the lining of their brain and spinal cord. Learn more from Dr. Matt Roth.
Self-guided play outside can benefit child development and make it easier for children to follow routines. Plus, it's fun and creative.
Learning that a parent or loved was has cancer or a terminal illness evokes a lot of emotion. At CHAMPS Camp, kids learn coping mechanisms for tough news.
Hand expression is a great skill to have when your baby is sleepy or your breasts are engorged. Plus, it can help boost milk supply.
Spanking is common, but research is showing it may lead to negative health outcomes kids. Here are some alternative ways to teach and discipline your young one.
Blogger Serena Smith shares her love of capturing her children's events—big and small—on camera.