A cough is usually a sign that your child's body is trying to rid itself of an irritant.
Little noses get a lot of colds. Babies can catch eight or more during their first year alone.
Fever is a defense against infection. Your child's body is raising its temperature to kill the germs.
Why do children get diarrhea more often than adults? WebMD tells you about the causes of diarrhea and home treatments for it.
How can you tell if your child is constipated? Besides the obvious painful bowel movements, look for these typical signs.
A kid who’s vomiting but doesn’t have a fever could be dealing with any number of things. Knowing what else to look for can help you narrow down the reasons
Many childhood diseases have bacterial or viral causes and may come with a rash.
Growing pains are cramping, achy muscle pains that some preschoolers and preteens feel in both legs.