Category: Children’s Health & Developmental Concerns

Living & Learning with Dyslexia

By Guest Blogger Emily Elrod Dyslexia is the word that changed the way we view our words today. The day we received the official diagnosis that Crawford was dyslexic, I...

Children in Our Community Are Counting on You to Speak Up

By Michele Daniels, MSN, RN, Nurse Manager, Pediatric Emergency Department, and Tammy Rush, MSN, EMT, Pediatric Trauma Registrar, Department of Pediatric Trauma, Brenner...

Spring is in the Air: Surviving Your Child’s Spring Allergies

By Christie Leath, NP-C, Cone Health It’s that time of year. The days are longer, the weather is warmer, kids can play outside and flowers come alive again with...

Sleep and Brain Development in Preschoolers

By Guest Bloggers from Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies of Greensboro A preschool child’s sleep is one of the most important topics to cover when talking about...

Resources for Special Needs

Updated by Sarah Blackwell Speech Therapy, Down Syndrome, Autism, ADHD, Developmental Disabilities, Terminal Illness … when you child has a special need, it can be...

4 Natural Tips to Keep Your Family Healthy

By Dr. Tom Nixon, owner of Twin City Health Before we begin, you should know that you are doing better than you think you are! The simple fact that you are reading this...

Cardiovascular Genetic Clinic Available for Local Families

By Matthew Thomas Lisi, MD, Cardiovascular Genetics Clinic, Wake Forest Baptist Health Until now, local families dealing with a cardiovascular-related genetic disorders...

Type 1 Diabetes: Our New Normal

By Guest Blogger Jen Seeba This a marathon, not a sprint. But it’s been over a year, we are still running, and there is no finish line. “I wet the bed,” my...

8 Easy Steps to a Peaceful Bedtime

By Guest Blogger Michelle Salcedo, M.Ed, Chief Academic Officer, The Sunshine House As the sun goes down, a war of wills breaks out in children’s bedrooms across the...

Raising Our Boys to Say “I Believe Her”

By Guest Blogger Maria Adele Paredes, PhD, LPCS, CEDS-S Moms and Dads of boys, we need you. We need your courage and willingness as a parent to allow your sons the...