Many parents are wondering when is the best time to talk to their children about racism and the civil unrest happening around the world.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of families across the country. As the virus continues to spread, states continue to invoke stay-at-home orders, prompting students to resort to virtual learning.
Many schools are closed or providing virtual instruction only due to COVID-19. This is likely resulting in unexpected time at home for you and your family.
For some children, plastic surgery is necessary to address life-threatening conditions. Here, we sit down with Dr. Albert Oh, a pediatric plastic surgeon at Children’s National Hospital, to find out about the field.
Daylight saving time can affect sleep schedules for days after the time change. Dr. Lewin, of Children’s National Hospital, offers expert advice.
During Heart Month, a Children’s National cardiologist shares information about when a common childhood pain might be caused by a heart issue (and when it might not).