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  • How to Handle Peer Pressure for Kids


    Did you ever feel like another kid was trying to get you to do something you didn't want to do? If so, you've felt peer pressure. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Fibromyalgia for Parents


    The chronic condition fibromyalgia causes widespread pain in the muscles, joints, and other areas of the body. Lifestyle changes and other strategies can help kids who have it feel better.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): Home Care & Precautions for Parents


    Anyone who is sick — even if they don't know for sure they have coronavirus (COVID-19) — should stay home unless they need medical care. This helps prevent the illness from spreading to others.

  • Suicide for Teens


    We all feel overwhelmed by difficult emotions or situations sometimes. Here are the warning signs of suicide and ways to get help.

  • Words to Know (Special Health Care Needs Glossary) for Parents


    This glossary defines terms on health care, government benefits, learning, legal and financial matters, and more.

  • Pregnancy & Baby for Parents


    Take care of yourself and your growing family by getting the advice that all new parents and parents-to-be need. Read about babyproofing your home, staying healthy during pregnancy, coping with colic, what to expect when your little one arrives, and much more.

  • Pregnancy Precautions: FAQs for Parents


    Moms-to-be have a lot of questions about what's safe during pregnancy. Keep your sanity by knowing what you can - and can't - do before your baby arrives.

  • Kidney Diseases in Childhood for Parents


    The kidneys play a critical role in health. When something goes wrong, it could indicate a kidney disease. What are kidney diseases, and how can they be treated?

  • Common Questions About Immunizations for Parents


    Immunizations have protected millions of children from potentially deadly diseases. Learn about immunizations and find out exactly what they do - and what they don't.

  • Talking to Kids About Race and Racism for Parents


    Race and the harmful effects of racism are common topics of conversation for some families. Other parents, though, might talk about racism and discrimination with their kids rarely, or not at all.To help put an end to racism, everyone has to take an active role, no matter who they are.

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