Worried the gunk in your baby's eye is a sign of infection? Paediatrician Dina Kulik explains what's normal and what's not when it comes to baby's eyes.
Your baby feels a bit warm, but nothing else seems wrong. What should you do? We asked a paediatrician.
Poop explosions are never fun, but are they a sign of a problem? A paediatrician explains what it really means when your baby has a diaper blowout.
You've come down with a virus, and you'd give anything to keep your baby from getting sick too. Is there anything you can do? We asked a paediatrician.
It's normal for newborns to spit up after a feed, but how do you know when your baby is actually sick? We asked paediatrician Dina Kulik.
Worried about putting your baby to bed when she's all stuffed up? Paediatrician Dina Kulik advises on how to help your infant breathe better during a cold.
You've ruled out the obvious issues and your baby is still crying. Here are the signs to look for to determine if your little one could be sick.
When your child is in pain, you want to do everything you can to help, but it’s important to use caution with painkillers. Here’s what you need to know.
Making needles less painful can prevent kids from being scared of getting vaccines. A paediatrician suggests ways to minimize the pain.
There are many old wives’ tales about how to help a child with an earache feel better. We asked a paediatrician what really works.
Stomach pains are one of the most common complaints that bring kids to the emergency room. We asked Dr. Dina Kulik what the most common culprits are.
Not sure if a bump, scrape or headache warrants a pain reliever? Here's what a paediatrician says about when it's appropriate to dole out medicine.