A Quick Guide on Sports Injuries in Teenagers

With almost 30 million kids and adolescents playing sports in the USA, it should come as no surprise that kids can get injured. Contact sports and extreme sports are the primary culprits, but there are other factors at play. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, around 3.5 million kids have suffered some form of…

Diarrhea Symptoms and Causes in Kids

Kids of all ages will suffer from some form of stomach problem at some point. In the majority of cases, the symptoms usually die down within a few days. Newborns tend to have sensitive digestive systems, so new foods and exposure to specific allergens might cause issues. Therefore, it is very common for babies and…

A Parent’s Guide to Infant Vomiting

Infant vomiting is something that happens on a fairly regular basis in kids’ early years. There are numerous reasons for this, and most bouts usually last no longer than a couple of days. Most of the time, it’s nothing to worry about and is just a part of their general development. But we are well…

Kids’ Snoring Problems: A Guide for Parents

Snoring is one of those irritating things that people laugh about but generally tolerate. If you have a kid who snores, you will probably laugh about it and not pay a second thought to it. And, in many cases, you are right to do so. Sometimes, however, snoring can indicate an underlying problem that can…