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Choosing Safe Toys and Gifts

Whether you’re picking out a present for your new nephew, or stocking up on toys “from Santa”, choosing safe toys and gifts for kids requires a little extra planning. Toy-related injuries are common, and send thousands of children to the ER each year. Protect the...

Help Your Child Brave Their Shots

Between annual flu shots, routine childhood immunizations, and the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines for kids 5 and up, your little one might soon find themselves at the doctor’s office braving a shot. Many young children suffer from trypanophobia, a.k.a. the fear of...

Navigating a Negative COVID-19 Test with Symptoms

Your child is coughing, sneezing, aching, and feeling downright under the weather. You automatically assume they’ve caught COVID-19 at school, and head for a test. But to your surprise, the results come back negative--leaving you with more questions than answers. How...

Preventing Heat-Related Illness in Kids

Amid this summer’s heatwaves and record-breaking temperatures, it’s an important time to know the signs and symptoms of heat-related illness in kids. Extended exposure to sun or heat can lead to everything from dehydration and muscle cramps, to heat exhaustion, heat...

Choosing a Safe Sunscreen

Sunscreen is a must for little ones. And with the sun’s UV rays strongest during the summer months, it's a critical time to make sure they're protected. Choosing a sunscreen can be tricky. With varying SPFs, water- and sweat-proof claims, and different textures...

Summer First Aid for Kids

For kids, summer means popsicles, pools, playtime, and no school! But for parents, the season can be a bit trickier. From bumps and bruises to broken bones and bug bites, childhood injuries happen more frequently during these months of unbound exploration. Be prepared...

Preventing Summer Asthma Flares in Kids

As temps rise and flowers bloom, many of us look forward to the beautiful weather and outdoor adventures of summer. However, if your child suffers from asthma, you may feel more apprehensive. Seasonal factors such as pollen, heat, and humidity can cause asthma flares....

Seasonal Allergies in Children

Is your little one sneezing and sniffling? Dealing with itchy eyes and a runny nose? While your first guess might be a common cold, it’s important to remember that seasonal allergies abound this time of year. During spring, trees and other seed-bearing plants release...

COVID-19 Vaccines Explained

With authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines now available in the US, we have real hope for stopping the pandemic. There are currently two FDA-authorized vaccines for COVID-19: Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna. Below, we answer some common questions about these newly...

6 Tips for Getting Kids to Wear Masks

For better or worse, face coverings are a part of daily life during the pandemic. Now in the thick of cold and flu season, it’s more important than ever to wear masks when out in public. The CDC recommends that all children over the age of 2 wear a mask in public...

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