Not sure how to remove your kid's nasty splinter? Paediatrician Dr. Dina Kulik shares how to safely get rid of slivers and prevent infection.
Opioids can seem scary, and no parent wants to expose their kids to risks, but what happens when your kid needs surgery? We asked a paediatrician.
Screen use has been linked to head and neck pain. Here’s how to determine if screens are the problem and ensure safer viewing.
Reducing constipation in your baby is all about getting the right balance of foods. A paediatrician explains how to keep kids well-fed and comfortable.
Do messy diaper poopsplosions have you wondering if your baby’s stomach is reacting badly to new foods? A paediatrician explains what’s going on.
It’s normal for babies to spit up, but some have a form of reflux that comes with painful acid. Here’s how to know if your baby’s spitting up is a problem.
There are all kinds of supplements that claim to help with your baby’s gas and digestion, but do they really work? We asked a paediatrician.
If your baby is gassy all the time, dairy in your diet could be to blame. Here's how to identify intolerance and get rid of your baby’s gassiness.
When your toddler has diarrhea, one of these three problems is likely to blame. Here’s what you need to know to keep your kiddo healthy.
Cramps in the shins or knees are sometimes attributed to growing pains. Here’s how to know if growth is causing your kid’s pain.
Concerned your brand new baby has a cold? Don’t worry—there’s a totally harmless reason for a baby to sneeze after birth.
Some babies are born covered in hair, but that doesn’t mean they’ll grow up hairy. Dr. Dina Kulik explains newborn body hair, which is called lanugo.