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Preparing your child for a trip to the hospital

May 18th, 2010 | By: Sydney Loney
Expert tips to help make your child's hospital stay less scary
Preparing your child for a trip to the hospital

Whether it’s for a routine procedure or a mad dash to the ER after a playground mishap, here’s what you need to know to make your child’s trip to the hospital less of an ordeal.

How to Get Your Child to Sleep at Bedtime

April 27th, 2010 | By: Jennifer Kolari
10 ways to establish a nightly routine and avoid fights at bedtime
How to Get Your Child to Sleep at Bedtime

Bedtime can be the most challenging time of the day for a couple of reasons. First, kids don't get tired, they get wired, which means they are more likely to be wild, aggressive, teary, cranky or just plain silly when it’s time to settle down and go to sleep.

Coping with a Crying Baby

April 27th, 2010 | By: Sharon Silver
Here's what to do when your baby or toddler turn on the tears
Coping with a Crying Baby

I haven’t met a parent yet who doesn’t feel a tug at their heart strings when their child cries. At the same time, I think most parents understand that crying is part of the language of early childhood. Here’s how to understand crying from baby to toddler. 

Keeping Kids Healthy

January 20th, 2010 | By: Dr. JJ Levenstein
Five ways to protect your family during cold and flu season
Keeping Kids Healthy

As a pediatrician and mom, I know the flu often favors little ones who aren’t overly concerned about catching a bug when they’re jumping into a ball pit at an indoor playground. Fortunately, in addition to getting them the flu vaccine, there are a number of things parents can do to keep kids healthy and bug-free during cold and flu season.