Advice from Dr. B
Summer itineraries often include a trip to the bathroom and some kids don’t find a comfortable time to go. When kids won’t go, eventually they can’t go.
While it’s difficult to avoid the holiday traditions that can lead to tummy troubles, parents can take steps to relieve a child's painful constipation.
According to a survey conducted by Pedia-Lax, bathroom anxiety is a common concern among school-age children. Learn how this can result in constipation.
Many children, who are picky eaters, often favor foods that are poor sources of fiber, such as processed foods, white breads and regular pasta.
While there are many tips that can make potty training a little easier, it’s probably most important to acknowledge that potty training requires patience.
Shape and consistency are also very important in evaluating your child’s overall health. What’s ideal? Learn this and more.
As part one of a two-part series, let’s delve into the world of poop: the Color. What is normal when it comes to color? Learn the influencing factors.
Most parents know what to look for when their child is constipated. Parents should know these other symptoms or clues that suggest constipation.
54% of parents don't know how many grams of fiber children should consume daily. Read this to learn the ropes and instill lifelong healthy habits.