Health and Wellness
Dartmouth Health shares information and resources to help with the "baby blues," feeling sad or anxious before or after having a baby.
Stress, peer pressure and transitions can contribute to drug and alcohol use among teens, so during the busy season of teen milestones like proms and graduations, it’s a good time to reinforce these conversations.
Here are tips for keeping you—and your family—safe around fireworks.
Heatstroke is the number one killer of children, outside of car crashes. Safe Kids New Hampshire offers these tips for keeping your child safe in cars during hot weather.
The Injury Prevention Center shares important tips for staying safe on bicycles, scooters, rollerblades and skateboards.
The Injury Prevention Center shares tips for safe playground play.
As summer begins, teens will be staying out later and going to barbeques, trips to the beach or college visits. Summer is an important time to remind your teens about driving safely.
More children need help building skills impacted by several years of pandemic-fueled stress and anxiety, but resources provided by families, teachers and healthcare providers can boost their success.
Here are a few practical steps to conversations with school-age children about events that are alarming, unsettling and often painful.
D-HH Virtual Urgent Care offers around-the-clock access to board-certified physicians with years of experience in emergency medicine, internal medicine, family medicine and pediatrics.