Data shows that anxious children suffer from nightmares much more frequently than those without anxiety disorders. Do nightmares alone give you reason to believe your child is struggling with anxiety, though?
So, your toddler, preschooler or early elementary child has separation anxiety and you want answers. How can you help your anxious child, and are their worries a sign of separation anxiety disorder?
There's no single medication, vitamin, diet, or medical treatment that will cure autism. A very simple vitamin supplementation intervention for autistic people who have the MTHFR mutation, however, may be very helpful.
There are multiple drugs and dozens of herbs for starting and stopping breast milk production. Only a few of them work really well.
With the end to health insurance payments for birth control pills looming as a possibility in the near future, millions of American women are considering an IUD as a birth control option. Is an intrauterine device the best option?
Many expectant mothers wonder whether it's safe to get dental treatment during their pregnancy. Here are your questions answered.
Have you lost sensation around your incision scar following a c-section? Find out what's happening and what you might be able to do about it.
Moving house is one of the single most stressful experiences adults go through, so what's it like for kids, and how can you help them fall adjust to their new surroundings?
Working mothers vs. Stay-at-Home Mothers has been a controversy since the "Mommy Wars" of the 90s. Here, we look at the effects on children of being in daycare vs. having an SAHM in our uniquely determinedly nondefinitive, nonjudgmental guide.
"Mom brain" — forgetfulness, disorganization and an ability to concentrate — is indeed real and not necessarily a sign of depression. If you are suffering from other unpleasant symptoms as well, however, you may be dealing with postpartum depression.