The Doctors share suggestions for parents on how to keep your child safe at a crowded event like a fair or an amusement park.
Certified child safety technician and founder of Tot Squad, Jennifer Beall Saxton, joins The Doctors to discuss how to keep kids safe in the car. She has four tips on what to avoid when dealing with a car seat.
A new study found that 99% of toddlers are eating more sugar than what is recommended for a healthy adult female.
A viewer emails The Doctors warning them about the risk of car seat accessories.
The Doctors discuss a new initiative in Ohio to teach children about the dangers of the opioid crisis.
Clinical psychologist and attorney Dr. Lisa Strohman shares with The Doctors some frightening information about apps that could be putting your children at risk.
Is your child aggressive or restless? The Doctors share reading a story to your little one can help to ease and calm them.
The Doctors discuss a new study which found reading to children doesn’t just improve their literacy skills but it can also help them in kicking aggressive behavior and even sadness.
Clinical psychologist and attorney Dr. Lisa Strohman shares tips and suggestions on how to better monitor what your kids are doing online.
Registered nurse and lactation consultant Jadah Chatterjee answers a viewer question about how mom and baby can best transition off breastfeeding.