With school in full swing, I bet you checked off your to do list your child’s immunizations. Vaccines keep kids healthy by preventing the spread of infectious diseases.
Flu frenzy is rampant right now since flu has started earlier than usual in some states. The good news is there are new, powerful vaccines to help prevent your family from getting sick!
Cooler temperatures have ushered in the fall season with so many families ready to throw open the windows! If you do let some fresh air in, you are also letting outdoor allergens into your home.
With football season underway, it’s crowded in the stadium and in the doctor’s office. Many of us have witnessed a player shaken up and carried off the field after a big hit.
Sending a child off to college is usually filled with excitement and a little anxiety.
The first day of school is right around the corner....exciting for sure, but heading back to school may also be stressful.
Doctor Sue, The Kid's Doctor explains heat-related illnesses and how to prevent them.
August 1 is the date for many students to return to school for athletics, drill team, cheerleading and band. This comes just as the temperatures hover around 100 degrees everyday.
How to properly use bug repellent
A new survey reveals what many moms have been saying quietly, they feel judged.
Nightmares are most common in 2 to 5-year-olds because this age group has a vivid imagination and it is often hard for them to distinguish between make believe and reality.
Doctor Sue "The Kids Doctor" shows some steps you can take to get rid of lice.
Kids Doctor: allergy season
The Center for Disease Control and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recently released the new 2013 immunization schedule.
Doctor Sue the Kid's Doctor has more on how to treat a cough when cough medicine isn't an option.
If you haven't had that all important flu shot, you should get one as soon as possible.
The Kid's Doctor - Handling Fevers