When he was little, Reading dad David Powell was given Nitrous oxide —laughing gas — at a dental appointment. A family he was carpooling with came to visit him at the dentist’s office. “The only problem,” Powell says, “is that I was hallucinating and they were walking on the ceiling.” He says that although he… Read more »
Kid’s Health & Safety
Recognizing an illness or an allergy in an infant is pretty tough for a new parent. It’s not like your little fella can tell you what hurts or makes him uncomfortable. All he can do is make sure you know something’s up with his tears and fussiness. So it’s up to you to be aware… Read more »
For years, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advised parents of children ages 2 and younger to avoid exposure to screens, be it TV, computers or mobile devices. The reasoning was that young minds are still developing and aren’t ready to process an understanding of a 2D world versus a very real 3D world…. Read more »
Sugar consumption can affect a child’s heart. But how to curtail the habit … especially with Halloween just weeks away?
Curious how to get your child interested in books? Here are some tips to help them start and keep ’em going!
Unusual behaviors hold the key to detecting a vision issue in your child and treatment is essential. It’s important to keep your child’s eyes healthy.
Car sickness can strike a child when you least expect it. Be ready if one of your kids turns pale and nauseous during your family’s summer travels.
You’re ready for family fun, but also be ready for the unexpected. We’ve got your summer safety topics covered with what you need to keep your kids safe.
With summer schedules changing routines, it’s very important to remember your baby on board and to never leave children alone in a parked car. Ever.
Break out the bikes & helmets, but before your child rides, make sure his equipment’s in tip-top shape. It’s a good way to start National Bike Safety Month!