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As exciting as the back-to-school season can be, it can also drum up lots of anxiety in both kids and parents awaiting the first day of class.
It’s not always easy to tell when your child is sick—especially if they have a talent for faking it. Here are six ways to tell if your child is really sick...
This back-to-school season, a checkup with the pediatrician to stay up-to-date with your child’s immunizations should be at the top of your to do list...
A new grant, titled Telehealth ROCKS, helps connect children in rural areas with developmental disabilities and disorders, to specialists throughout Kansas.
Named for its distinctive rash on the hands, feet, face, and mouth; Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) may have a funny name, but it is no laughing matter...
Familiar with the struggle of trying to feed a picky eater? Try out these strategies to create more peaceful mealtimes that build up healthier habits.
Telemedicine has improved access to care for both low acuity ailments and chronic conditions, and continues to help underserved populations receive essential medical care....
Playing video games can be a healthy hobby for both children and adults if you understand which games to play and when to play them.
To avoid raising a narcissist and improve your parenting skills in the process, try these strategies for instilling a broader worldview in your child.
If Halloween is a major source of stress when it comes to caring for your kids, remember to follow these safety tips for a fun evening of trick-or-treating.
It starts off like the common cold, but unlike other viral illnesses, D68 is causing widespread hospitalization of children. Get more familiar with this rapidly spreading illness.
Every year kids go back to school and almost immediately need to take sick days after catching a cold or stomach flu. Keep your little one healthy with these tactics.