Any blow to the head, face or neck, or somewhere else on the body that causes a sudden jarring of the head can cause a concussion. In younger children, the symptoms may not be clear and your child may have trouble describing how he feels. Learn more about sport-related concussions and recognizing the signs.
Newborns learn how to read signals all around them by listening to voices, watching faces and reading body language. This helps prepare them to eventually learn to read printed words. Here are some tips on how to nurture your baby’s early literacy skills from birth.
Deer ticks become infected with Lyme disease bacteria by feeding on infected rodents, small mammals and birds. Tcks can then spread the bacteria to humans and pets. Here is what you can do to protect your child.