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Make sure your family is prepared by stocking a first aid kit. Le Bonheur Pediatrician Kristen Bettin, MD, MEd, shares which items she thinks are essential for a kit.
Strokes in children are more common than you might think. Here are ways to recognize signs and seek treatment for pediatric stroke patients.
A step-by-step video guide on anchoring furniture from Le Bonheur Director of Injury Prevention and Safe Kids Mid-South Susan Helms.
Research in the last couple of years has found the emergence of drug-resistant head lice in nearly all 50 states. We spoke with Le Bonheur pediatrician Elisha McCoy, MD, about drug-resistant lice and her recommendations for parents.
Le Bonheur Chief Pediatric Dermatologist provides photos and explanations for five common skin rashes in kids
Did you know that drinking more fluid won't help increase your milk supply? This and other valuable breastfeeding information from Le Bonheur Registered Lactation Consultant Ruth Munday.
You may have heard recently that introducing peanuts into an infant’s diet early on can reduce his or her risk for developing a peanut allergy. Le Bonheur Allergist and Immunologist Jay Lieberman, MD, weighs in on this topic below.
Did you know that working smoke alarms reduce the chances of dying in a fire by 50 percent? There are steps parents can take to help prevent and protect their families in the event of a house fire.
The Arkansas department of health is currently investigating more than 2,500 cases of mumps. This outbreak is still active and affecting several counties in central and northeast Arkansas.