The Kid's Doctor takes a look at allergies in the fall
Every day, thousands of children wake up afraid to go to school. Bullying has become an overwhelming problem among children, and the number of kids being bullied continues to rise.
Doctor Sue tells us how to protect our kids from the sun's harmful rays.
The Sue, the Kids's Doctor, tells us when using insect repellent on kids, there are a few things to keep in mind.
Sue Hubbard, The Kids Doctor, shares another unique and effective way to trap the potentially harmful mosquitoes.
The Kids Doctor: Preventing dog bites - 6/25/13
Chlorine and other disinfectants do not kill germs instantly that is why you need to protect yourself and your kids before anyone jumps into the pool.
The Kid's Doctor: Preventing motion sickness
If your child continues to suffer from allergies, despite medical therapy with daily antihistamines and nasal steroids, your pediatrician may recommend a visit to a pediatric allergist.
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.
We measure our child's development in milestones then potty training is a big one!