Warts are common in children and not usually of serious medical concern. But, warts can be ugly and uncomfortable. Here are three treatments to consider if you’re ready to get rid of your child’s warts for good.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has symptoms that show up quite differently in boys and girls, so it can be hard to diagnose. Here’s what to look for in your daughter when you suspect ADHD.
When your child has a sore throat, it could mean a strep infection. Strep throat is easily treated with antibiotics, and early treatment resolves symptoms and prevents complications. Here’s when to request a strep test at your pediatrician’s office.
Flouride treatments reduce your child’s risk of developing cavities. When your child’s teeth are healthy, their overall health can thrive. Here are the positive trickle-down effects of fluoride treatments.
A sports physical focuses on aspects of your child’s health that are relevant to playing a sport and helps them avoid injury during practice or games. Here’s what your child (and you) can expect to happen at this important visit.
ADHD gets in the way of learning by making your child fidgety, distracted, and chatty. You can help the school know what to do to help your child thrive and not disrupt class. Here’s what to tell them about your child’s ADHD.