Knowing more than one language opens up your child to many benefits and learning opportunities. We’ve provided a few pointers for parents who are interested in teaching more than one language to their child.
Children need a good night’s sleep for their bodies and minds to develop properly. We’re listing down proven ways to help parents establish a bedtime routine for their kids.
Helping children cope with anxiety requires providing accurate information and facts without causing due alarm. Find out how to protect and care for your kids during scary times from a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician.
Food is very important for a healthy immune system to fight all types of infections. What are the nutrients needed to keep us nourished?
Having a baby is always a joyous moment. But not always for everyone, especially when the first-born thinks that the new baby is out to usurp his special role in the family. Here, a Developmental Pediatrician shares her advice on how to prepare your first child with adjusting to the newest…
There are dozens of articles out there telling first-time moms what to put in your baby go-bag. The list seems to go on and on...nakakalito minsan! Here’s a list of what to bring to the hospital when you’re about to give birth, straight from an OB-GYN’s perspective.
It's common for toddlers to throw tantrums and be aggressive. But you can teach them to control their temper even at a young age. Read this article to find out how.
Medicine isn't the only remedy when your child comes down with a flu. We listed down practical, natural remedies that can help your child fight the dreaded fever and sniffles.
How can parents keep Dengue at bay? Read this mom’s personal experience with the disease and her tips on how to prevent it from coming into your home!