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  • Kids and Diabetes: Wendy's Story for Parents


    Wendy's daughter Madison was diagnosed with diabetes at age 5. Wendy tells how her daughter learned to manage her diabetes and stay an active and happy kid.

  • Walls & Floors, Doors & Windows, Furniture, Stairways: Household Safety Checklist for Parents


    Use these checklists to make a safety check of your home, including your walls, floors, furniture, doors, windows, and stairways. You should answer "yes" to all of these questions.

  • How Can I Help My Child Cooperate While Using the Nebulizer? for Parents


    Nebulizers are often used with young children because they require little effort on the child's part. But kids do need to stay in one place and cooperate. If you're having trouble giving treatments, this article is for you!

  • Trichotillomania for Teens


    Trichotillomania is a condition that gives people strong urges to pull out their hair. What causes it and how do people overcome it? Find out in this article.

  • Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Parents


    Alternative medicine includes herbal remedies, teas, supplements, and acupuncture. Learn what the risks are and whether alternative therapies can help your child.

  • The Ponseti Method: Bracing Phase for Parents


    The Ponseti method to treat clubfoot is done in two phases – the casting phase gradually moves the foot to the correct position, and the bracing phase makes sure it stays there. Learn about bracing.

  • Hearing Impairment for Teens


    Hearing impairment occurs when there's a problem with or damage to one or more parts of the ear. Find out its causes and what can be done to help correct it.

  • Healthy Habits for Life Resource Kit Part 1: Get Moving! for Educators


    Children just love to move. Physical activity is good for children's bodies and their minds. This section offers easy and fun ideas and activities to get children moving.

  • Teacher's Guide: Smoking (Grades 6 to 8) for Educators


    Despite the fact that smoking is dangerous, thousands of youth ages 12 to 17 start smoking each day. These activities will help your students understand why people begin smoking, what smoking does to the body, and how they can protect themselves from the effects of tobacco.

  • Healthy Habits for Life Resource Kit Part 1: Get Moving! for Educators


    Children just love to move. Physical activity is good for children's bodies and their minds. This section offers easy and fun ideas and activities to get children moving.