Is eating boogers good for your immune system? A Canadian biochemistry professor argues the possibility and a Detroit doctor weighs in.
The Chief Medical Officer at Children's Hospital of Michigan discusses the virus and why social distancing is key to ensuring the safety of your children.
Southeast Michigan doctors and nurses are working hard. Our virtual hugs for health care heroes gallery is here to thank them and lift their spirits!
A Henry Ford Health System pediatrician weighs in on fine and gross motor skills, plus other developmental milestones.
Metro Parent's editor-in-chief discusses how and why even the best laid plans fell through this April along with some of the COVID-19 resources available at MetroParent.com.
It's a messy business. But kid's poop is a key indicator of health. Here is some advice to help parents get to the bottom of normal bowel movements in children.
This cold-weather staple seems simple when you already know how, but for children it can be trickier to master. Here's how to teach kids to blow their nose.
A board-certified pediatric epileptologist and clinical neurophysiologist at the Children's Hospital of Michigan offers insight and advice for parents.
As coronavirus, or COVID-19, reaches metro Detroit, families are concerned. What should we do? What about our kids? A Romulus mom offers perspective.
As coronavirus, or COVID-19, reaches pandemic levels, it's important to stay safe and focus on facts. Here's what southeast Michigan parents need to know.
It's official: Coronavirus has made its way to Michigan. Find out what this means and how health officials says you can protect your family.
Here, the Chief of Cardiology, Dr. Gautam Singh, at Children's Hospital of Michigan shares signs and symptoms to look out for in your child.
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