Heading out for some Halloween fun? Here are 8 tips for a successful Trick or Treat with your little monster(s). 1. Allow for plenty of time to fright-prep. As a parent, you know your child best. Keep a look out for fears and anxieties about Halloween. The best way to handle fear and get a toddler ready
Is your high school teenager attending parties where alcohol is accessible? It’s important to have a conversation with your teen about the risks of alcohol, and particularly the effects of too much alcohol consumption. A recent study below discusses rates of teen drinking and you’d be surprised how many drinks teens are consuming at a
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Croup: Does your child have a persistent, seal-like cough that seems to be worse in the evenings? Your child could have a respiratory virus called croup. Croup is a viral infection that often affects children under the age of 5. It is caused by common cold viruses and seen more often in the fall and winter