Expert Tips and Advice for Raising Healthy Kids

New hangar increases quality and efficiency in care for specialty transport team.
See how the pediatric care at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital has supported children and families in Eastern Washington for 20 years.
Providence Alaska Children’s Hospital will soon mark 25 years of service to Alaska’s kids and their families as the only hospital in the state built specifically for the treatment of children.
Providence Medical Group Primary Care clinic, along with our Pediatric Subspecialties Clinic, moved to the second floor of the S Tower at Providence Health Park at 3831 Piper St. in Anchorage.
Sometimes a child is just different than other children — and sometimes they may have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Learn the signs of autism.
Attention teens: You can make a difference for mental health.
The pandemic made it difficult to schedule in-person well-child visits. As we continue to recover and return to in-person activities, it is important to get caught up on your child’s wellness visits.
Providence is putting a spotlight on some ways to increase health literacy for people of all races and ethnicities this National Minority Health Month.
Is your teen just a picky eater, or might they have an eating disorder. We talk about the not-so-obvious signs of eating disorders.
Meet the children and families who benefit from the work of the Providence Child Center and Providence Children’s Health Foundation.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We talk about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for three of the most common cancers in children.
Understand stigmas about suicide and find mental health and suicide prevention resources from a Providence clinical psychologist.
Jawanza Hadley, director of Providence’s Work2BeWell program reflects on mental health and wellness
It’s that time of year when young athletes all over the country are completing their sports physicals. ExpressCare offers options for busy parents.
Dominic shares his mental health story and journey as a student advisor for Providence’s digital program that is responding to rising mental health needs among youth.
You don’t need to send your kids to camp to give them a healthy, active summer that’s full of learning. We give you 10 ways to keep your kids busy.
The Attachment Vitamins parenting education program helps families learn about child development and the impact stress and trauma can have on children.
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.
Celebrate World Teen Mental Wellness Day with these helpful resources to keep your teen feeling their best.
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!
Teens make a difference with mental health through Work2BeWell
The Work2BeWell program at Providence offers resources that respond to the urgent mental health needs of today’s teens.
Research studies and treatments at Providence lead the way in breakthroughs for pediatric cancer patients.
The advantages of getting your child a back-to-school wellness check.
The new school year is the best time to make sure your child is up to date with their recommended vaccines. Learn what vaccines your child may be due for.
When you're looking for a pediatrician, you're seeking a true partner that will shepherd your baby through the milestones and markers of childhood. Find the right fit for your family.
Former UFC fighter, Tyron Woodley shares his personal mental health journey and gives advice on how to talk to kids about feelings.
Learn about a potential immune benefit for infants from lactating mothers who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Learn about its focus on protecting teens from unhealthy relationships and how you can help.