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  • Eating Disorders for Parents


    Eating disorders are common among teens and kids, especially young women. Read about the warning signs, prevention strategies, and ways to help a child with an eating disorder.

  • Goldenhar Syndrome for Parents


    Goldenhar syndrome can cause incomplete development of bones in the face, affecting the ear, nose, soft palate, lip, and jaw. A cleft and craniofacial care team can help kids born with the condition.

  • Managing Your Medical Care for Teens


    Your parents won't be running your life forever. This center tells you what you need to know about taking charge of your own medical care.

  • Your Diabetes Health Care Team for Teens


    It takes all of your team members — you, your parents, doctors, dietitians, and mental health pros — to help you take care of your diabetes.

  • Words to Know (Special Needs Glossary) for Parents


    When your child has a disability and needs services, there's a lot you need to know. This glossary defines terms on health care, government benefits, learning, legal and financial matters, and more.

  • Your Medical Records for Teens


    Each time you hop up on a doctor's exam table, somebody makes a note in your medical records. There may come a time when you need your medical information, so find out how to get it and how it's protected.

  • Turner Syndrome for Parents


    Girls with Turner syndrome, a genetic condition, usually are shorter than average and infertile due to early loss of ovarian function. Early diagnosis and treatments can help most of them.

  • Body for Teens


    From growing up to getting braces, popping pimples to catching some ZZZs, this section gives you the basics on your changing body - from head to toe.

  • Spinal Cord Injuries for Parents


    A spinal cord injury is when the spinal cord gets cut, bruised, stretched, or poked. It can change the way the body moves, feels, and functions.

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents


    What teachers should know about obsessive-compulsive disorder, and how to help students with OCD in class.