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Advice from AHN pediatrics.
Raising a teen or tween girl? You’ll want this advice from healthy period advocate Brittany Cheeks
Cheeks dove into all things menstrual health to learn about her own periods and help others have healthy periods.
Sponsored Content Missing a backpack and running late? Stay healthy and ease back-to-school stress with AHN Pediatrics.
School days and hectic mornings are back. You can ease the stress and keep the kids healthy with back-to-school suggestions from AHN Pediatrics.
Sponsored Content Splinter removed. Vacation saved. Pack your family first-aid travel kit with advice from AHN Pediatrics.
Traveling with children? Check out these tips for a happier, healthier family vacation.
These new infant sleep guidelines and a new federal law can help you protect your baby
New infant sleep guidelines are here — the first new guidelines from the AAP since 2016. Details here.
Sponsored Content My baby walked early, but isn’t talking. Do milestones matter? AHN Pediatrics has the answer.
Parents worry about their children’s progress. While babies grow at their own pace, missing milestones can indicate a problem. Learn when to address the issue and how your pediatrician can help.
Register today: Empower Her helps transform today’s Pittsburgh girls into tomorrow’s leaders
The event also covers health and wellness, healthy relationships and body positivity.
Sponsored Content My kid threw up on the bus — now what? AHN Pediatrics has the answer.
This article is provided by AHN Pediatrics. Parenting is a balancing act. We try to keep our kids healthy and free of disease, but the right decision —one more day […]
PennPIRG’s Trouble in Toyland report exposes risks of counterfeit and other dangerous toys
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled 13 toys this year but some could still find their way into your home.
Through martial arts, Pittsburgh kids gain skills that last a lifetime
Kids learn impressive physical skills in martial arts class. But it’s the skills you can’t see that will last a lifetime.
UPDATED: Latest news on COVID-19 vaccinations for kids under 12
Will there be a mad dash for appointments once the vaccine is approved for kids under 12? Here’s what we know.
Tubes or antibiotics? New Pitt study evaluates the risks for kids with recurrent ear infections
The study shows no long-term benefit to tubes over antibiotics for most recurrent childhood ear infections.
Kidsburgh heroes: These twins collected 6,548 diapers and wipes (so far)
“We’re women and we want to support other women.”
Pittsburgh kids can make history by participating in Moderna KidCOVE vaccine trial
The Pittsburgh Vaccine Trials Unit is one of 100 study sites in the U.S. and Canada participating in the study, which seeks to enroll 7,050 children.
How to help kids stay smoke-free and sidestep cigarette, vaping and pot marketing
If you’re feeling outspent, out-messaged, and out-cooled, take heart. There are plenty of ways to fight back.
UPMC Children’s Hospital continues its Top 10 rating in U.S. News & World Report
“National recognition like this exemplifies the breadth of excellent and compassionate care UPMC Children’s provides for patients of all ages.”
$4.4 million from Heinz Endowments to support child care programs, from prenatal to age 3
“The pandemic ripped open the curtain on the precarious state of our nation’s early childhood care and education system.”
Keys to concentration: Why meeting basic needs means everything for kids in school
In addition to healthy food, kids need to feel safe, accepted for who they are and represented in their school communities.
The Children’s Home Pediatric Specialty Hospital wins national award for its Ready. Set. Home! initiative
Families will learn troubleshooting techniques that may reduce emergency visits to the hospital.
As more parents are vaccinated, what activities are safe for kids?
Many parents are vaccinated, but their kids are not, and this is leading to lots of questions about what’s safe. KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen talked with Dr. John Williams, head of […]