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Knowing the right questions to ask your doctor can help you (and your child) understand exactly what a pediatric MS diagnosis means.
We've got simple, doable advice for helping your child with MS manage recess, homework, fatigue and more.
Children with multiple sclerosis tend to have more frequent flare-ups than adults with the condition do. Here’s what you need to know to help them navigate their symptoms so they can focus on what they do best: being kids.
Don’t let a multiple sclerosis diagnosis sideline your kid from sports and play. Give them—and their cardiovascular and muscular systems—a boost with these fitness tips.
Here’s the first thing to know if your family is coping with a diagnosis of pediatric multiple sclerosis: You’re not alone.
ADHD affects the whole family. Here’s how to talk about it with your kids and how to help everyone form closer, happier relationships.
It's not always easy to tell the difference between typical kid energy and behaviors that point to attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Knowing these symptoms can help.
It's hard enough to manage eczema as an adult. What do you do when your child exhibits symptoms? Try these practical tips for parenting with eczema.
Real talk about how to work with your child’s school to set realistic expectations and offer maximum support for the school year. You got this!
After your child is diagnosed with IBD, you may feel guilty. But it’s not your fault. Here’s how to support them.