Healing a child or toddler's dry skin patches can be difficult in the winter. Use these tips from a Vanderbilt pediatrician to soothe and heal skin.
A Vanderbilt pediatrician offers tips for keeping children's skin smooth and comfortable when winter air is making it dry and itchy:
Home Décor Meets Health: Once considered lavish luxury items, salt lamps, terrariums and essential oils are taking over homes. Big box stores sell many of these items. It’s a quick way to bring the ca..
Why to Stay Home with the Flu - Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt 2018-01-04 21:02
When it comes to the flu, Dr. William Schaffner is the go-to source. He'll be live at noon Friday on Vanderbilt Health to answer questions about the flu and what we’re seeing so far this winter. You c..
One good thing we can say about the cold is that it's perfect chili weather. Here's a recipe from My Southern Health that's healthier for your family - lower in fat and salt with a couple of adjustmen..
“Me time” isn’t a luxury anymore, it’s a necessity. Clearing space on your calendar for more unplugged activities will make you better equipped to support your family, community and workplace. Self-ca..
Don't throw out fruit you can't eat - dry it! Making dried fruit at home is simple and you can make sure there are no added sugars. https://healthyforgood.heart.org/add-color/videos/diy-dried-fruit
Inactive children tend to turn into inactive adults. A Vanderbilt health educator suggests fun ways to keep the whole family moving together -- an investment in fitness, quality family time and childr..
We feel 15 runs short, says Kishan - Mumbai Indians 2018-04-23 06:30
Ishan Kishan reckons we fell 15 runs short, but believes the team will get its act together in the matches to come.