Simply defined, scoliosis is a rotational deformity of the backbone. Instead of forming a straight line, a spine with scoliosis curves, sometimes looks like a letter “C” or “S,” and has an asymmetric prominence when the child bends forward.
The national Walk to School Day event will take place on Oct. 8 this year, and registration is now open!
Special Olympics Arkansas will kick off a new challenge on Sept. 1, encouraging families to live healthier lives. The Fit Families Challenge is a six-week program designed for individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families or support networks.
Every year, we ask our readers to nominate stellar health care professionals who have gone above and beyond for their child or family's health. The deadline to submit a nomination for Little Rock Family's annual list of Top Health Care Professionals for Kids is Sept. 19, 2014.
Kids love mud—it’s just a fact. Whether it’s the batter for fresh muffins, or the building material for mini dams and roadways, or just the satisfying squish between toes, a young child seems drawn to the stuff as if by design. Here are a few reasons why your kids could use a little mud medici...