How to Take Your Child's Temperature for Parents
All kids get a fever from time to time. Here's how to take your child's temperature, safely and accurately.
Fevers for Parents
Fevers happen when the body's internal "thermostat" raises the body temperature above normal. This is often the body's way of fighting infections.
What's a Fever? for Kids
What are fevers? Why do kids get them? Get the facts on temperatures and fevers in this article for kids.
Heat Illness for Parents
Active kids can be at risk for heat illness, which can result in heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or heatstroke. Learn how to prevent and treat heat illness.
First Aid: Heat Illness for Parents
In hot weather, a child's internal temperature can rise and cause heat exhaustion, which can progress to heatstroke if not treated quickly.
Food Safety for Your Family for Parents
Why is food safety important? And how can you be sure your kitchen and the foods you prepare in it are safe?
Food Safety for Teens
Learn why food safety is important and how you can avoid the spread of bacteria when you are buying, preparing, and storing food.
First Aid: Fever for Parents
Fevers are usually not cause for alarm - they're the body's way of fighting infection. Here's what to do if your child has a fever.
Formula Feeding FAQs: Preparation and Storage for Parents
Check out these formula-feeding bottle basics, from how to mix bottles to how to store them safely.
Breastfeeding FAQs: Safely Storing Breast Milk for Parents
Here are answers to some common questions about how to keep breast milk and how to clean and sterilize supplies, from bottles to nipples to breast pump parts.