Every time my kids have a stomach virus I debate what drink to give them to help them rehydrate. So, I finally consulted an expert for the answer.
#6. Teething doesn't necessarily hurt.
There are definitely differences between the two, but as a mom of kids who have gotten their fair share of colds and the flu, I can say both are hard to deal with.
Spoiler alert: There's plenty about how to discipline the little maniacs. We know, shocking.
Yes, fevers are upsetting for parents, but here's the thing: They're not usually dangerous.
A NYC pediatrician and mom reveals how to beat this itchy problem.
Because it's the leading cause of death for infants from one month to one year of age.
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You'll be surprised by how well these little tricks work.
A child development expert and mom of two weighs in on this common Q.
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Two things that aren't the culprit? Laziness and bad behavior. Find out what's really going on from a pro.
A pediatrician and mom of three kids breaks it all down for us.
Because not knowing CPR would be terrifying in an emergency.
And here's the thing: Kids are more likely to contract this illness in the summer.
Stop the guessing game and get the definitive answer to this Q that nags all of us moms.