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.
Kid’s Health & Safety
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!
Studies say childhood trauma may impact future physical health. Here’s what to know. Plus, learn what an ACE score is.
When your child comes down with a cough, there could be many possibilities as to the cause. Here are some tips on what to look for and what to do.
It’s no easier than the sex talk, but talking about obesity is a lot more complicated by internalized feelings. Tips on what to say — and what NOT to.
Your child’s oral hygiene starts from the get-go! Here are some tips on caring for those pearly white baby teeth.
It’s 10 p.m. and your daughter’s gone to bed … only, has she? As parents struggle to manage compulsion for their own devices, kids are struggling, too.
Whole grains … organic … real sugar … Know the crafty selling points behind common food items to know what you’re really feeding your kids.
Did you know that November is Prematurity Awareness Month? While Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) is dedicated year-long to neonatal care and research and community-based efforts to prevent preterm birth, this is a good opportunity to further educate ourselves and make others aware of the global impact of prematurity. Until recently, premature birth, which… Read more »