Understanding Signs Your Child Might Have ADHD

Understanding Signs Your Child Might Have ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, commonly known as ADHD, is an extremely complicated neurodevelopmental disorder that is more commonly diagnosed in childhood, but can affect both children and adults. Since ADHD can present in distinct ways depending on the...
Keeping Your Child Up To Date On Immunization

Keeping Your Child Up To Date On Immunization

Since children are still growing and developing, their immune systems are far more susceptible to illnesses and infection. Immunization is a way to protect your child from a host of various preventable diseases and illnesses as early as possible and keep them safe...
Important Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child

Important Reasons to Vaccinate Your Child

There are many childhood vaccines or immunizations that are important for your child to get, and learning about them may feel overwhelming as a new parent. Organizations like the American Academy of Pediatrics, the CDC, and the American Academy of Family Physicians...
Is It Time For Potty Training?

Is It Time For Potty Training?

Potty training typically starts with toddlers somewhere between the 24-30 month mark. While different cultures handle potty training differently (the average age for being potty-trained in Asia is around one and a half years old, for example), according to John...
Breaking The Habit Of Thumb Sucking

Breaking The Habit Of Thumb Sucking

Thumb sucking is a common and totally normal habit among children, but at some point you may start thinking it’s time for them to stop. If you are trying to think of ways to encourage your child to stop the behavior, Sunlife Pediatric Network is here to explain...
Learning How To Handle Separation Anxiety

Learning How To Handle Separation Anxiety

Many new parents know what it feels like for their baby or toddler to start crying whenever they’re separated. Your baby’s cries tug on your heartstrings and can be a very difficult experience, but separation anxiety is a normal part of development and it’s important...