A Guide to Your Child's Good Health and Well-Being
Your Newborn Baby
Sleeping, eating, crying, cooing—your new arrival will keep you busy. You'll soon figure out his or her patterns and preferences.
When Baby Needs Special Care
Sometimes a baby has a difficult birth or arrives prematurely. If that happens, treatment can begin right away—in the delivery room.
Feeding Your Baby
For the first four months, breast milk or formula provides your baby all the nutrients that are needed to grow.
Adolescence
A number of physical, mental, and emotional changes occur when a girl reaches puberty, from reproductive development to deepening cognitive abilities.
The Healthy Child
You want what's best for your child, whether that's good nutrition, effective discipline or a breadth of life opportunities.
Children and Healthcare
Knowing what to do when your child gets sick can make getting through the illness a little less stressful for both of you.
Emotions and Behavior
Emotional and intellectual growth are just as important in child development as physical growth.
Age-Specific Concerns
Newborn? Toddler? Teen? Here's where to find answers to questions you have about the particular stage your child is going through.
Parenting
Parenting is one of life's toughest jobs, but here's a range of advice on how to make it a little easier.
Know Your Risks

Sometimes, people who abuse drugs aren't aware they have a problem. This assessment is for people who regularly use drugs and wonder if they have issues with abuse or addiction.