The start of a new year is a great time to help your children focus on forming good habits. Making New Year's resolutions can be a fun way to do this! Keep reading for fun and healthy resolutions for kids based on age.
Helping to make your family safer, stronger, and more harmonious may not require a complete overhaul, but rather a few strategic tweaks. Here are some concrete and tangible parenting goals you can set for the year ahead.
A COVID vaccine is available for children ages 5 and up, and boosters are now authorized for those 12 years and older. Vaccines for children aged 6 months and up may be authorized next. Clinical trials are underway for children aged 6 months to under 5 years old. COVID vaccines and boosters are available at your local health department, hospital or pharmacy.
Everyone can play a role in protecting those at higher risk of severe illness as we gather together this holiday season. If you'll be celebrating with unvaccinated children and other higher-risk loved ones, keep these tips in mind to help minimize exposure to COVID-19.
Kids will always be kids, but their toys have changed―and it can be overwhelming! Read tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Twinkly lights, candles, holiday trees, plants, ornaments, and other decorations are an important part of holiday celebrations. Besides being festive and fun, the decorations your family brings out every year can help children feel connected to family traditions. See tips from AAP on how to make sure your decorations are safe.
The first semester of school is nearing an end, kids are well into sports seasons, the weather is changing and the Holidays are upon us. While it may seem that the worst of the flu season is behind us, flu season is still in full swing. And it is not too late for you and...