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!
Being postpartum comes with its own host of hormone complications, and when you throw in thyroid disease you end up with a double whammy. While you’re taking care of your baby, it’s also important to make sure you’re taking care of yourself — especially your thyroid disease.
About 12 percent of American women who are of reproductive age have a disability. If you want to breastfeed your baby and you have a disability, these tips and strategies can help.
Telling your children you have metastatic melanoma is not easy. Here are some tips, such as talking to professionals and choosing the right time and place.
After your child is diagnosed with IBD, you may feel guilty. But it’s not your fault. Here’s how to support them.
Fewer than one-half of U.S. young people are discussing sensitive issues like sexual health, mental health, and gun safety with their health care providers, according to a study published in Pediatrics.
Whether your child or teen has congenital or acquired hypothyroidism, these are the symptoms and treatments you should be aware of.
How do you explain something as complex as a J-pouch to your little one when you have ulcerative colitis or another form of IBD? Here’s how one mom did it.
As a mother, battling breast cancer is an overwhelming experience. Your very worst fear – deserting your children – becomes an all-too-real possibility.
Could potential signs of an eating disorder simply just indicate acid reflux in your child? Learn why these two conditions may get confused.