Research shows that tweens begin to self-medicate around 11 years old (approximately 5th to 6th grade). Yet, according to two recent surveys of 6th graders and their parents across the country, tweens got a failing grade on their knowledge of
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School is out for summer! What that means for kids is that it’s time for summer fun, staying up late, and no more homework. What that means for the adults is that it’s time to do a summer safety check.
June is National Safety Month and a great time to take a look around your home to ensure that you are doing all you can to provide a happy and safe place for your family and loved ones. Kick off
I hugged my own two boys (ages 5 and 7) a little tighter last night and didn’t mention a word about the tragedy at the Boston Marathon. Unfortunately, many of my colleagues and friends in Boston are unable to shield
Dr. Tanya shares her Summer Safety Quiz with the KTLA anchor crew. Can you answer these True or False questions correctly?
Sunscreen is safe for infants. True. Sunscreen can and should be applied to any exposed skin of any age. Of course, it’s best to avoid the sun, especially during peak sun hours, cover your little one up with a hat,