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Teens need 8-10 hours of sleep but most aren’t getting it. Discover the impact lack of sleep can have on mental well-being and emotional health.
The Talk2BeWell podcast brings teens across the country together to discuss mental health topics, including suicide prevention and ways to ask for support.
The Summit will be Saturday, February 26th and registration is now open!
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Learn about its focus on protecting teens from unhealthy relationships and how you can help.
COVID-19 has contributed to increased rates of anxiety and depression in teens. Learn more.
Prepare yourself to have an open and honest discussion with your child about the risks of vaping.
Wearing eye guards with shatterproof polycarbonate lenses when playing sports significantly reduces the risk of eye injury or blindness.
Follow these children's health guidelines and download the Circle app for parenting tips and tools as you prepare for winter holiday parties and celebrations.
The Circle by Providence app has answers, tools and resources to help keep your kids healthy year-round.
A pediatrician gives some practical advice on how to make menstruation less of a mystery for tweens and teens.
In a world filled with germs, parents wonder how to best protect their children from illness and disease.
Family therapist Kathryn Anderson discusses how parents can raise connected kids by focusing on the values of community, positive relationships, and the ability to be vulnerable.
Family therapist Kathryn Anderson discusses the warning signs of teen depression, its prevalence and causes, and what we can do to help our teenagers prevent and work through it.
People who are covered by Medicaid have the same hopes and plans as anybody else, but often have access to fewer resources. When they need health care, Providence St. Joseph Health is there.
Proper care for minor cuts, wounds and scrapes reduces the risk of infection and helps minimize scarring. Treat them with these first-aid tips and make your own first-aid kit.
Breaking up is hard to do, but finding and applying healthy coping strategies doesn’t have to be.
Just as sports can be for everybody, a pre-participation physical exam should be, too, especially for young athletes.
Pediatricians can help parents jumpstart difficult conversations with their teens.
One of the most important things you can do to help your child stay safe and have a fun summer is to schedule a physical before they head off to camp or practice
Why some children develop a mostly-harmless habit of putting crayons and other non-edible items in their mouths