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It is always better to prevent a disease than to treat it. Vaccines help prevent infectious diseases and save lives!
Help your child stay healthy and happy! Keep up-to-date with which vaccines he's already gotten and which ones are on the horizon.
Your 6-month-old's finally starting to show signs of her personalityĆ¢and an awareness of what's happening at the doctor's office. Calm your infant immunization worries with these tips.
Whether you're vaccinating on schedule or not, chances are that your baby will experience some type of blood draw, pin prick or immunization during the first few months of life. Calm your vaccination fears with these tips.
Bodily/kinesthetic intelligence should be recognized and valued in early childhood curriculum. Suggestions are provided.
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.
Experts are wondering if yet another wave of the virus is on the way. Here's what parents need to know about keeping kids safe.
Should parents vaccinate their children against the swine flu virus? Here's what you need to know.
Are you up-to-date on the shots your youngster needs to stay healthy? Learn what vaccines are recommended for children.
This article focuses on classic autism, PDD-NOS and Asperger syndrome, with brief descriptions of Rett syndrome and childhood disintegrative disorder.
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.
You're almost done with toddler shots! You're brave baby is older now, so the same soothing tricks may no longer work. Find out how to quell her fears with these age-appropriate tactics.
Summarizes physical disabilities, neuromotor impairments and muscular/skeletal conditions, health disabilities, chronic illnesses, and infectious diseases.
Your 3 to 6-month-old baby's now big enough to stress at the thought of an impending trip to the doctor for a vaccination or blood draw. Ease his worry about baby vaccines with these tips.
A great start to the school year also means the healthiest start possible. Here are some essential health-related tips to keep in mind.
Find out how you can help in the fight against bullying, against your child and others.
If you're raising a child with a vegetarian or vegan diet, you should pay special attention to make sure he has plenty of these nutrients.
Want to kick start healthier days for your family? Here's a list of 10 nutrition rich foods and recipe ideas to get you started.
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