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  • Antegrade Continence Enema (ACE) for Parents


    An antegrade continence enema, or ACE, is a different way to give an enema. Enemas can help someone poop if they become constipated or have another problem moving their bowels.

  • Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip for Parents


    Babies can be born with this hip problem or develop it soon after birth. Early treatment can help the hip joint grow normally.

  • Living With Grandparents for Kids


    Did you know that millions of kids live with their grandparents? Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 4- to 7-Month-Old for Parents


    At this age, kids are learning to roll over, reach out to get what they want, and sit up. Provide a safe place to practice moving and lots of interesting objects to reach for.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 8- to 12-Month-Old for Parents


    From scooting to crawling to cruising, during these months, babies are learning how to get around.

  • Constipation for Teens


    Constipation is a very common problem that usually happens because a person's diet doesn't include enough fluids and fiber. In most cases, making simple changes can help you feel better.

  • Motivating Preschoolers to Be Active for Parents


    A preschooler's desire to move, move, move makes this a great time to encourage fitness habits that can last a lifetime.

  • Mindfulness Exercises for Kids


    Being mindful helps people do better in just about every part of life. These exercises are for kids who want to practice and build good mindfulness skills.

  • Texting on the Move for Teens


    You've heard the warnings about texting and driving, but it's also risky to text and walk. Read our tips for safe texting.

  • What Are Varicose Veins? for Kids


    Do you know an older person whose legs look like a road map with all those blue and purple squiggly lines? They're probably varicose veins.

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