How to identify poison ivy, oak and sumac
If you are exposed to these poisonous plants, we’ve got some tips for treating the itch.
E. coli cases are common in Tennessee, especially among children. Here’s what doctors want you…
Most children display resilience after experiencing trauma, but some will need additional support from a mental health professional. Here’s how to tell if it’s time to make an appointment for your child.
What parents need to know — and who they should seek out — to optimize neurodevelopment for children born with congenital heart disease (CHD).
A pediatrician suggests ways to get parents and children communicating about mental health.
It won't be long. Start preparation for back to school now for a smooth transition.
Vanderbilt Health is here to help if you or your loved one is feeling sick or has a minor injury. Dozens of locations throughout Middle Tennessee offer convenient hours — and can even bring a provider to you.
Packing a healthy school lunch isn't complicated with these simple tips.
The transition from summer break to classes can trigger headaches. Here’s why and what to do.
When the unthinkable happens, everyone has a role in helping children recover. Here are tips for parents, teachers and health care providers.
Bottle rockets, firecrackers and sparklers cause common injuries among July 4th fireworks.
About 1 in 6 children have a developmental disability. Tracking milestones and getting help early is the best way to set your child up for success.
Gardening can help keep the whole family in shape and put the kids on a path to healthy eating.