Not sure when your little one needs to see the pediatrician? Our guide takes the guesswork out of well-child visits with a detailed schedule and information on what the doctor will assess.
Health & Safety
Find out when your child is ready for potty training, how to care for their teeth, how to avoid common car seat mistakes and more in our Toddler Health & Safety section.
If your tot has mastered day-time potty training, here are some simple tips to help you get started with night-time training.
Did you know that toxic chemicals in your couch can enter your breast milk? Or that toddlers and infants playing on the floor are at greatest risk for exposure? Chemicals known to be linked to serious health impacts are introduced into our homes under the guise of making us safe. Until recently, no one has had the authority to do anything about it.
Children are naturally curious and inquisitive. They can quickly get themselves into all sorts of dangerous situations around the house. Use this baby proofing checklist from The International Association for Child Safety to help you ensure the safety your your tot.
Studies show that our clothing breaks down into plastic microfibers that end up in our oceans, inside fish and other food sources, and then on our dinner plates. Find out how you can help reduce microfiber pollution.
You don’t have to hibernate all winter to avoid getting sick! Our practical guide will help you prevent and treat illness swiftly this winter.
Can you bully-proof your child? Unfortunately, no. But, there are ways to empower them against it. Here’s how.
Stress and chemical exposure during pregnancy and infancy may have long-lasting negative effects for children. The good news is that there are plenty of things a mom can do to protect her developing baby’s brain.
Natural ways to treat the bumps and bruises that come with growing up
Arts & crafts are a wonderful way to help encourage and develop your child’s fine motor skills, imagination and creativity. But what if the supplies they’re using are toxic and potentially harmful? Health expert, Katherine McMackin, shares her tips on what to avoid.