Are you drinking enough water? You may think you are consuming a healthy amount of water throughout the day, but The Doctors reveal that more than 4 out of 10 people in America are not drinking enough fluids over the course of their day.
Parenting Tips & Advice
Messy hair is common for most kids, but Taylor is dealing with uncombable hair syndrome (UHS), which is the result of a genetic mutation.
Dr. Dina Rose, the author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli,” details how many parents fall into three types of approaches when feeding their kids including: “The Hunger Avoider,” “The Comforter/Rewarder, and “The Food Police.”
The Doctors and Dr. Dina Rose, the author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli,” discuss how “feeding away” a child’s feelings can lead to developing an unhealthy relationship with food and the possibility of obesity and other weight-related health issues.
The Doctors welcome Dr. Dina Rose, author of “It’s Not About the Broccoli,” to discuss how parents can teach kids to develop healthy habits with food.
In the midst of a child's temper tantrum, nothing might seem like it will help calm your fussy little one -- but The Doctors reveal a fun and creative way to help your child chill out.
A childhood favorite just might be the answer to your child's next meltdown!
The Doctors and pediatrician Dr. Eric Ball share tips for parents on how they can avoid consuming unhealthy amounts of sugar in their food. Find out ways you can limit your child’s sugar intake while still enjoying a sweet treat.
A new study found that 99% of toddlers are eating more sugar than what is recommended for a healthy adult female.
Tot Squad founder and safety technician Jennifer Beall Saxton shares the possible dangers associated with using a head support, also known as “elephants ears,” for infants while riding in a car seat.