The holiday season is a joyful time of the year, but it also can be stressful for kids with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Preparing and planning early for the holidays can help you relieve some of the holiday stress.
Protect Against Respiratory Synctial Virus
The flu is not the only virus you may want to protect your family from this season. Other bugs such as respiratory synctial virus (RSV), which causes cold-like symptoms, will be making the rounds.
CHOC NICU Experts Promote Kangaroo Care
Snuggling a newborn is one of lifeâ€™s greatest pleasures, but did you know the practice also has lasting health and emotional benefits for parents and infants?
Teens and Caffeine
Caffeine, which has been purported to increase energy and also acts as a mild stimulant, can be found in many foods and drinks, including coffee. Chances are, like many teens, your child may be enjoying caffeinated drinks daily.