Parents are often concerned about their young children's bowel patterns and toilet training ('potty training'). Learn what causes this problem and what you can do about it.
Children complain of stomach aches for many reasons. These articles discuss causes and some solutions to help your child.
Gluten, a protein in wheat, rye and barley, can be a problem for children with celiac disease or even wheat allergy (two distinct problems). This series helps provide guidance for parents suspecting this problem.
For further information is available at: http://celiac.nih.gov/
How to help raise your child to avoid becoming overweight.
How to deal with the frustration of your young child who is learning about foods and eating habits and taste preferences.
Lactose intolerance is an important concern for children who complain of stomach aches. Althought 70% of the world's population is lactose intolerant, causing stomach aches, gassiness, or loose bowel movements, children and teenagers can still tolerate milk and/or other important sources of calcium and vitamin D needed for optimal bone health.