Getting around an unfamiliar city can make even the most seasoned
traveler a little nervous. Take the stress out of your trip and
plan ahead with these travel tips.
Make sure travelers don't leave home without the necessary immunizations, malaria prophylaxis if appropriate, and advice on managing diarrhea. Includes a Guide for Parents. Second of two parts.
A trip to a developing country offers exciting opportunities—and some dangers—for children. Here's what you can do to help ensure that the family enjoys a happy, healthy adventure. Includes a Guide for Parents. First of two parts.
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Counseling about car safety shouldn't hit the brakes when a child graduates from an infant seat or booster seat. Here is what parents need to know to help children ride safely.
Parents often ask for help with their child&s motion sickness, a condition that has become increasingly common. Is prescribing an antihistamine or a complementary therapy a good idea? Or is prevention the best route?
When families seek advice before they travel, pediatricians need to know where to find information about required vaccinations and to be aware of the potential risks and hazards there.