By Dr. Nicole Reams
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly seven percent of kids and teens suffer a concussion. That number increases with age.
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By Ashlee Roffe
Is snacking healthy for kids? While many parents believe afternoon snacks spoil dinner appetites, it turns out snacks are good for kids to help them ...
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By Brandy Wolff Crandall
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, social anxiety affects about nine percent of children.
By Jessica Butts, LCSW
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, kids ages 8-18 spend an average of 7.5 hours per day in front of a screen for entertainment. This ...
By Dr. Elizabeth Semkiu
Going back to school means the return of waking up earlier in the morning, going to classes and seeing classmates. For some kids, it’s something ...
By Meghan Kennedy, PsyD
About one in five school-age kids report being bullied. What’s alarming is that the number is likely even higher because not all cases of bullying ...
By Laura Koehler, PsyD
For some kids, a new school year leads to stress and anxiety rather than excitement.
By Dr. Fayeza Mohammed
The amount of screen time your child should get varies by age. Here’s what the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends.
School refusal is emotionally based and tends to occur with underlying mental health issues. It’s often to avoid some type of anxiety – general, social, ...