What is chickenpox? Parents born before 1995 (the year the chickenpox vaccine was licensed) are likely to remember the itchy blisters of chickenpox. A common childhood illness known as varicella, chickenpox is usually just an uncomfortable nuisance, but it can... more
It’s a no-brainer that reading to your children will help build their vocabulary. Now a team of researchers, after examining eight different studies, has concluded that the way we read to our children—especially when they are young—can boost their IQs.... more
Launched at the Healthy Schools Summit 2002, Action for Healthy Kids is now a leading force in America’s fight against childhood obesity. Action for Healthy Kids Teams are active in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, with thousands... more
Not again! It’s three o’clock in the morning, and you are so so tired. But your baby is crying. Time for a diaper change and feeding. If only this baby would stop crying! Why is your baby crying? And how... more
My child often wakes in the middle of the night to breastfeed and I always offer him the breast. Is my child at an increased risk for obesity because he feeds regularly throughout the night? more
I’m pregnant and super-conscious of everything I put in my body. Should I get a flu shot? more
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