Research on redheads and pain shows that they may react differently to pain meds, but experts say there’s no need to worry about your labour.
My daughter and I both know I'm not the same as other moms. But there are still good days with chronic pain and illness, and this is how we cope.
The fire in your wrist after cradling your newborn until she nods off. The twinge in your back as you pick up your toddler for the zillionth time. Kids can be a pain. Here’s a guide to the hurt and what you can do to make it all better.
One in five kids experiences chronic pain. Here's how to know if your kid is suffering and how you can help them feel better.
Yes, nipple shields have their hazards. But at eight months old, my daughter is healthy and hasn’t felt her mother’s hot tears on her face since using one.