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Potty-trained children who start having accidents during the day should be taken to the doctor.

When a child has trouble falling asleep, behavioral changes and establishing healthy routines usually manage the problem.

If your children have food allergies, stay close to them and monitor their candy haul on Halloween.

Over-the-counter meds are not safe for babies, but there are ways to treat cold symptoms.

It’s hard not to get alarmed with every sniffle, but these guidelines will help parents gauge when a cough or sniffle might mean something more alarming

Infection can easily occur if sterile procedures aren’t followed.

Medical experts agree that children should say home if their illness affects their performance in school

Practice good hygiene and watch for worsening conditions when it comes to these viruses.

Check your child’s head often for lice and lice eggs

Tend to heat-related injuries quickly, experts say

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Dr. Rhonda Patt
Dr. Rhonda Patt is a pediatrician with Charlotte Pediatric Clinic and past president of the Charlotte Pediatric Society.