Health

I Hate Fall Colds!

Sure the kids are in school, but the temps are still in the 70s and 80s. Those sniffles can't be a cold!

Medical Testing on Kids

It's a scary proposition to allow your child to participate in a medical treatment study, but experts say it's also an opportunity.

Playground Exercises for Mom

No need to be a spectator: Parents can get in shape while the kids are sliding and swinging at the local playground.

Neighborhood Safety Tips for Kids in Summer

Oakland County Sheriff offers four key tips to keeping your kids safe when they're out and about this summer.

Dealing with Canker Sores

What causes them, what are they - and what can families do when this mouth menace strikes kids or parents?

Spring into Safety

Childhood accidents can happen. But there are ways parents can avoid some of the most tragic - and common - �problems.

Fight the 'Freshman 15'

We're talking about the number of pounds your first-year college student is likely to pack on. Battle back in seven steps.

Over-the-Counter Safety

What you should know about common drug store medications and how these pills and potions can affect your kids.

Making Fitness Fun for Kids

Making exercise a blast is the key to keeping kids active, but how can it be done?

Lice Ain't Nice

When your child comes home with a note from school reporting someone in the class has lice, don't panic. Just read this!

Bowel Movements

What's normal and what's not when it comes to your child's digestion.
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