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Toddler Health

Play dates, daycare and preschool often mean germs, sniffles and yucky bugs make their way into your home. Developing good habits when it comes to kids health will help keep sickness at bay. But, it's also important to know what to do when your little one isn't quite himself.

Health Issues

A traditional pediatrician and a naturopathic physician weigh in on when you should—and shouldn't—use home remedies on your kids. ... more
Don't freak out! Fevers aren't as scary as you think, and they're actually a natural way for your child's body to heal itself. ... more
Dr. Kevin Walter explains how to tell the difference between minor and major head injuries—and when to go to the ER ... more
Postpartum depression doesn't only impact moms; dads and older children can also become depressed when a new baby comes home ... more
Knowing how to blow your nose seems like an easy task for an adult, but it can be a complicated task for toddlers. Try these tips to make learning a little easier. ... more
Doctor decodes the five telltale cough sounds and what they mean ... more
You might be surprised to find out which diseases associated with childhood can affect you as an adult. Here are some ways to stay healthy even when your little one gets sick. ... more
Breastfeeding prevents saliva from reaching teeth to break down bacteria ... more
No need to let one bad appointment ruin your child on dental care for life ... more
Cold remedies and stay-healthy flu season tips from Dr. Alan Greene... more