When babies need them—and when they don’t
IDS stands for sudden infant death syndrome. It is the sudden, unexplained death of an infant under one year old. SIDS is rare, but parents worry a lot about it. (read more)
When children need them - and when they don’t
If your child has a sore throat, cough, or runny nose, you might expect the doctor to prescribe antibiotics. But most of the time, children don’t need antibiotics to treat a respiratory illness. (read more)
Questions to Ask Your Doctor
About a New Drug
If your physician prescribes a new medication for your child, there are important questions you might ask.