Day Care Directory
There are several things to consider when choosing a day care provider -- including your child's safety, the day care program's price, staff, age-appropriateness, reliability, convenience, and more. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about day care safety, what to look for, how to help your child adjust, and much more.
Choosing Child Care
Tips on choosing child care.
What It Costs to Have and Raise Twins
How much should you expect to pay for twins? This article offers a breakdown of costs at different stages of your twins’ lives: birth, first year and through high school. You will also find a sample of baby gear designed for twins.
What It Costs to Have and Raise a Baby
Your little bundle of joy can cost a bundle. Here's some idea of what to expect.
What Puts You at Risk for the Common Cold?
Understanding what puts you and your loved ones at risk for the common cold can help you stay well this cold season. WebMD offers tips for protecting infants, college students, and older adults from the common cold.
More parents are leaving their children in day care than ever before: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, about 65% of women with children under the age of six were part of the labor force in 1998, compared with only 44% in 1975.
Day Care Centers Do More
Day care centers are offering more than just babysitting services.
Choosing Child Care Service
Choosing child care service requires doing your homework, whether you are looking for a day care center or at-home care.