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Why can kids seem happy one moment, then fall apart the next? We've got the tips you need to raise a well-balanced child.
This is thought to be the first generation of children with a shorter lifespan than their parents.  How do we turn this trend around?
Want to keep your child safe, educated and prepared when it comes to food allergies? Here are 7 ways to get started.
With the millions of American children who suffer from asthma, people are exploring new and different ways to treat the disease. Changes to your diet may help.
New studies show that some women of 25 already have the bone-loss of a 75 year-old. What's going on?
Ergonomics and school. Parenting advice on how to create homework spaces and work habits that help your child.
A life-threatening childhood illness can strike without warning and devastate a parent.  While no magic wand can make your troubles disappear, there is help.
Six foods cause 90 percent of food allergy reactions in children.  And since these allergies can carry a risk of anaphylaxis, parents are concerned.
Summarizes physical disabilities, neuromotor impairments and muscular/skeletal conditions, health disabilities, chronic illnesses, and infectious diseases.
The article discusses a wide range of possible causes for development delays in children including genetic, environmental, physiological and prenatal factors.
Diagnosing autism can be tricky. But, as one mother attests, an accurate diagnosis can mean early intervention and recovery.
We hear there's an allergy epidemic in the U.S. But is that really true? Find out the truth behind allergies in America and what you can do to prevent them.
If your family is affected by allergies, you probably dread Spring.  If you're ready to say good-bye to itchy eyes and runny noses, read on.
Children with Crohn's and colitis must learn to advocate for themselves in public places, namely stores and schools. Suggestions provided.
Discusses epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and sickle cell anemia; three of the more common conditions of students with physical or health disabilities.
Summarizes how the brain may incorporate the effects of chronic frightening or neglectful early experiences for a lifetime.
OSHA has developed universal precautions to follow when exposed to blood. You can read about these guidelines in this article.
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