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  • Rubella (German Measles) for Parents

    Rubella infection, or German measles, usually is a mild disease in kids that can be prevented with vaccination. Its primary medical danger is to pregnant women because it can affect developing babies.

  • Your Child's Immunizations: Measles, Mumps & Rubella Vaccine (MMR) for Parents

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

  • Skin Infections & Rashes - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    Common illnesses that affect the skin.

  • Week 10 for Parents

    At this point in the pregnancy, all vital organs have been formed and are starting to work together. Congenital abnormalities are unlikely to develop after week 10.

  • Encephalitis for Parents

    Encephalitis is a rare brain inflammation caused by a virus. The best way to avoid encephalitis is to prevent the illnesses that may lead to it.

  • Bacterial & Viral Infections - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    Learn about common childhood infections and how to treat them.

  • Infections - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents

    Every child gets sick from time to time. When your child isn't feeling well, you'll want to know how to recognize the symptoms, how to help, and when to call the doctor. Find out what you need to know about all the common and not-so-common infections.

  • Prenatal Tests: Third Trimester for Parents

    Find out what tests may be offered to you during weeks 27 through 40 of pregnancy.

  • Heart Murmurs for Parents

    Heart murmurs are very common, and most are no cause for concern and won't affect a child's health.

  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR) for Parents

    Intrauterine growth restriction is when a baby in the womb doesn't grow at the expected rate during the pregnancy. Women with IUGR should eat a healthy diet; get enough sleep; and avoid alcohol, drugs, and tobacco.