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  • Eyes for Teens

    Although your eyes are small, their structure is incredibly complex. Find out how they work in this body basics article.

  • Eyes for Parents

    The eyes are small compared with most of the body's other organs, but their structure is incredibly complex. Learn more about eyes, vision, and common problems with both.

  • 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.

  • Your Eyes for Kids

    Ever wonder how your eyes work? This article for kids takes you from the pupil to the retina and beyond.

  • What's a Funny Bone? for Kids

    You've banged your elbow and it feels tingly and strange. Find out why in this article for kids.

  • A to Z: Iridocyclitis for Parents

    Learn more about conditions of the eyes and factors that may contribute to vision loss.

  • How to Live a Happy Life for Teens

    Research shows that just 10% of happiness depends on a person's situation. We actually have more control over happiness than we might think. Find out how.

  • Positive Emotions: A Worksheet for Teens

    Positivity is fun to practice – as well as a great way to learn more about yourself. This worksheet is designed to help you explore 10 common positive emotions.

  • X-Ray Exam: Humerus (Upper Arm) for Parents

    A humerus X-ray can help find the cause of symptoms such as pain, tenderness, swelling, or deformity of the upper arm. It can detect a broken bone, and after the bone has been set, help determine whether it has healed properly.

  • Auditory Processing Disorder Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents

    What teachers should know about APD, and teaching strategies to help students who have the disorder.