Medical Issues in Adoption for Parents
Considering adoption? Here are some things to know about the health and medical care of an adopted child, before, during, and after the adoption.
Talking to Your Child's Doctor for Parents
Building a relationship with your child's doctor requires communication and reasonable expectations.
Pregnancy brings a mix of feelings, and not all of them are good. It can be even harder if you're dealing with depression or anxiety.
Dwarfism Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents
What teachers should know about dwarfism, and how to help students with dwarfism succeed in school.
School Counselors for Teens
School counselors can give you all sorts of tips and support on solving problems and making good decisions. But how do you meet with a counselor and what is it like? Find out here.
Diabetes: Dealing With Feelings for Parents
If your child has diabetes, you may spend a lot of time thinking about the physical effects. But it's also important to understand the emotional issues surrounding a diabetes diagnosis.
Bedwetting for Parents
Bedwetting is an issue that millions of families face every night. Most of the time it's not a sign of any deeper medical or emotional issues and kids eventually grow out of it.
What Stresses You Out About School? for Teens
Find out what our readers said about how they handle back-to-school worries.
CP Resources for Educators - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
Fact sheets on some of the issues that affect kids with cerebral palsy in the classroom and at home.
Talking to Your Doctor for Teens
Your best resource for health information and advice is your doctor - the person who knows you, your medical history, and accurate medical information to answer your questions.