Children's Health

What is Hell’s Itch? How You Can Treat It

'Hell's itch' happens exactly two days after a sunburn. Find out more about it here.

5 Hidden Summer Risks for Kids

A Children's Hospital of Michigan physician explains why emergency department visits surge this time of year.

The Downfalls of a Dairy-Free Diet

Parents across the country are opting to ditch the dairy in their children's diets. But what kind of impact does that have on overall health?

Contact Sports and Adolescent Concussions

Many young athletes who play football, lacrosse and similar sports have had at least one concussion, the University of Michigan reports. What are the signs – and how can concussions be avoided?

Meet Dr. Adil Arabbo of the DMC Medical Group

This popular local family medicine doctor has a loyal following of patients.

Meet Dr. Jeffrey Provizer of the DMC Medical Group

Find out why this family medicine doctor makes such an impact on his patients.

Are All Germs Bad for Kids?

A little dirt and grime can actually be healthy for children. Here's a look at why disinfecting everything isn't the best parenting strategy.

Can Eating Boogers Boost Kids’ Immunity to Illness?

Is eating boogers good for your immune system? A Canadian biochemistry professor argues the possibility and a Detroit doctor weighs in.

Hepatitis A Outbreak in Metro Detroit: How to Keep Your Family...

A local physician weighs in on the hepatitis A outbreak in southeast Michigan and what parents should know.

Is it Time for Tonsil Removal? How to Know

Do you suspect your child needs to have his tonsils removed? A Children's Hospital of Michigan expert offers advice for parents on when to get this surgery and why it's necessary.

Kids & Rashes: What You Should Know

DMC Medical Group physicians explain how to identify a rash and when you should be concerned.

Rules About When Sick Kids Should Stay Home from School

A pediatrician with Shelby Pediatric Associates & Child Lung Center offers insight to help parents make an informed decision.