QUIZ: Test Your Knowledge of Summer SafetyWhat’s the best way to remove a tick? How often should you apply sunscreen to your child? Take our Quiz.
VIDEO: How To Help Your Child Get Through SurgeryMillions of children in the US have surgery each year, including as many as 2 million little ones under the age of four. Each procedure produces fears and concerns for both parents and young patients. What can you do to help your child get through it?
Hidden Poison: Are You Putting Your Child at Risk?Simple items in your home, and not the ones you think, could pose a risk to young children. Learn how to prevent serious injury and take steps now.
Driven to Distraction: Keeping Kids Safe In & Out of VehiclesWhen your child is riding as a passenger or behind the wheel, these important safety tips will get them where they are going, safely.
Headache DiaryUnderstanding the cause of headaches is the first step to preventing them. Print out this simple diary and keep track of your child’s headaches. Bring to your son or daughter’s next pediatrician appointment. PDF Reader Required.
Straight Talk: “Magic” Magec Rods Help Spine Curvatures in KidsAn innovative new approach is helping children with scoliosis, straightening their spines while limiting surgery.
When to Worry About Your Child’s WorryingKids today face many pressures and new statistics suggest nearly a quarter of kids ages 13-18 have mild to moderate anxiety. What are the early signs and what can parents do?
The Current Thinking on TonsillectomyIt’s the third most common operation performed on children in the US. But surgical removal of the tonsils isn’t always the best solution.
Screen Time: How Much is Too Much?It is the generation of mobile phones, online streaming and video games. But what is the impact of too much screen time on our teens? Floating Hospital experts weigh in.
WRITERS Program Helps Hospitalized Children Stay BusyKids who spend long days at the hospital can get bored easily, but the WRITERS program at Floating Hospital for Children is making all the difference.
Tufts NICU Nurse Fosters Children Exposed To DrugsTwo nurses in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit have treated some of the sickest and tiniest babies and have brought more than a dozen home over the years as foster children.
Reilly Smith: 'I Don't Mind Shedding A Couple Locks' For CharityBruins forward Reilly Smith talked about getting his head shaved for the upcoming 'Cuts For A Cause' charity event.
Felger & Mazz: April 1, 2013The Felger and Massarotti Show from Monday, April 1.