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  • 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.

  • Concussions for Kids


    Ow! You fell and hit your head. But do you have a concussion? Find out about concussions in this article for kids.

  • Poison Ivy for Kids


    Poison ivy can give you a nasty rash. Find out more about it - and the other plants that can make you itch - in this article for kids.

  • Poison Ivy for Parents


    About 60% to 80% of all people get a reaction to poison ivy. Check out this article for tips on what to do and how to avoid poison ivy.

  • Your Child's Immunizations: Meningococcal Vaccines for Parents


    Find out when and why your child needs to get this vaccine.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Flat Head Syndrome (Positional Plagiocephaly) for Parents


    Babies can develop a flat spot on the back of their heads, usually from sleeping in the same position too long. Alternating your baby's sleep position and providing lots of "tummy time" can help.

  • Lungs and Respiratory System for Teens


    Each day you breathe about 20,000 times. Find out more about the lungs and breathing process.

  • 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.