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  • Cancer Basics for Parents


    Learn about the different types of cancers and how they're treated.

  • A to Z: Pituitary Dwarfism for Parents


    Pituitary dwarfism is a condition in which the pituitary gland does not make enough growth hormone, resulting in a child's slow growth pattern and unusually small stature.

  • A to Z: Psychosis for Parents


    Learn about symptoms of mental illness and conditions that affect thinking and behavior.

  • Cancer Center Content List for Parents


    From treatments and prevention to coping with the emotional aspects of cancer, the Cancer Center provides comprehensive information that parents need.

  • Steroids for Treating Cancer for Parents


    Unlike the steroids that body builders use, steroids used in cancer treatment are safe and help kids feel better.

  • Late Effects of Cancer and Cancer Treatment for Parents


    Long-term side effects, or late effects, happen to many cancer survivors. With early diagnosis and proper follow-up care, most late effects can be treated or cured.

  • A to Z: Epilepsy for Parents


    Epilepsy is a seizure disorder in which electrical signals in the brain misfire, causing temporary communication problems between nerve cells. Someone who gets recurrent seizures is thought to have epilepsy.

  • Vomiting for Parents


    Most vomiting is caused by gastroenteritis, and usually isn't serious. These home-care tips can help prevent dehydration.

  • Diseases & Conditions for Parents


    Looking for information about a chronic childhood condition or disease? Read about asthma, allergies, cancer, diabetes, heart murmurs, sleep disorders, and much more.

  • Brain & Nervous System for Parents


    Conditions that affect the brain, spine, and other parts of the nervous system.