Epilepsy for Kids
It comes from a Greek word meaning "to hold or seize," and seizures are what happen to people with epilepsy. Learn more about epilepsy in this article written just for kids.
Auto Safety for Parents
More kids are injured in auto collisions than in any other type of accident, but you can protect them by learning the proper use of car seats and booster seats.
Ear Injuries for Parents
Ear injuries not only can affect a child's hearing, but sense of balance, too. That's because our ears also help keep us steady on our feet.
Central Venous Catheters for Parents
These surgically placed tubes let kids get blood drawn and receive intravenous (IV) medicines and fluids without repeated needle sticks.
Chemotherapy for Kids
Chemotherapy is a big word for treatment with medicines used to help people who have cancer. This medicine kills the cancer cells that are making the person sick.
Poison Ivy for Parents
Most people get a reaction to poison ivy. Check out this article for tips on what to do and how to avoid poison ivy.
Words to Know (Heart Glossary) for Kids
Your heart beats and sends blood all around your body. Find out more about the heart, from A to Z, in this glossary.
Lead Poisoning for Parents
Long-term exposure to lead can cause serious health problems, particularly in young kids, so it's important to find out whether your child might be at risk for lead exposure.
Taking Your Preemie Home for Parents
If you're about to begin caring for your preemie at home, try to relax. With some preparation and planning, you'll be ready.
Hib Disease (Haemophilus Influenzae Type b) for Parents
Hib disease can cause serious illnesses like meningitis and pneumonia. To protect kids from this bacterial infection, they should receive the Hib vaccine as infants.