It's important for your child to have regularly scheduled
called well-child visits, beginning shortly after birth and lasting through the teen years.
These appointments allow your doctor to keep a
close eye on your child's general health and development. Finding possible
problems early gives your child the best chance for proper and successful
treatment. Also, any concerns you have about your child can be discussed during
By Meg Lundstrom
An astounding seven out of 10 children aren't getting enough
z's. Here, five top children's sleep-stealers, plus smart strategies that
ensure sound slumber for them — and for you.
You tuck your kids into bed with a kiss and a prayer...that they'll drift
off quickly and sleep through the night (so you can too!). Sadly, those z's
don't always come easy: Nearly 70 percent of kids under age 10 experience some
type of sleep problem, according to the National Sleep...