Whether a medication will work depends on several factors including age, other medications the child might be taking, kidney functions and more. But it also depends on whether the prescribed medication is best matched to a child’s genetic makeup.
While playgrounds seem like they’re all fun and games, they can be very unsafe. According to a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 200,000 children are treated in the ER each year for playground-related injuries.
Parents need to be prepared to answer questions that come up from seeing potentially violent images without minimizing or discounting kids’ concerns or fears, which may include, “Could that happen to you? To me?”