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What Is Vitamin D? Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is needed to help build strong healthy bones in children. Over the past several years, our knowledge about the importance of vitamin D has expanded. Vitamin D is not just for maintaining healthy bones; it's...

If your child complains about an itchy butt or if you see your child constantly scratching at their bottom, then your child most likely has a pinworm infection.  Pinworms Pinworms are the most common human worm infection in America. Pinworms can infect people of all ages, but...

Many parents are concerned that snacking will spoil their child’s appetite for dinner. Other parents are of the belief that snacking between meals will lead to excessive weight gain. The truth is that well-timed and well-planned snacks can provide your child with an energy boost...

Many children decide to become a vegetarian because of concerns over animal rights. Other children feel that it is healthier or they are influenced by their peers. Parents often become concerned that their vegetarian child will not receive an adequate amount of protein or will...

Seeing blood in the poop can be very alarming. Parents often wonder if this is a sign that their child has cancer. Luckily, in children, blood in the poop can be a common condition and is usually not serious. Blood in the poop is referred to...