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  • Newborn Care for Parents


    Baby basics on feeding, sleep safety, bathing, and other routine care.

  • Effects of Cancer Treatment on Fertility for Parents


    While some cancer treatments have little to no effect on reproductive health, others are more likely cause temporary or permanent infertility.

  • Telling Parents You're Pregnant for Teens


    If you just learned you're pregnant, you're not alone. You probably wonder how to tell your parents and how they'll react. Read our article for some tips.

  • When Your Teen Is Having a Baby for Parents


    If your daughter is pregnant and planning to have the baby, many changes await your family. How can you support her through the challenges to come?

  • Bringing Your Baby Home for Parents


    Whether your baby comes home from the hospital right away, arrives later, or comes through an adoption agency, homecoming is a major event.

  • Having a Healthy Pregnancy for Teens


    Whether you feel confused, worried, scared, or excited, you'll want to know how your life will change, what you can do to have a healthy baby.

  • School & Family Life for Parents


    All parents need a little advice now and then. Get the lowdown on parenting basics like discipline, homework help, and how to talk to your child about tough subjects, like sex, tobacco, and alcohol. Plus, find out where you can turn for help and support.

  • When a Pet Dies for Parents


    For most kids, pets are more than just animals – they're members of the family. So it can be heartbreaking to lose one. Here's how to help kids cope.

  • Blount Disease for Parents


    Blount disease is a growth disorder that causes the bones of the lower leg to bow outward. This gets worse if it's not treated, so early diagnosis is very important.

  • Can I Have Children After Cancer Treatments? for Teens


    When chemotherapy and other treatments attack cancer cells, they can affect some of the body's healthy cells too. As a teen, you'll want to know what this can mean to your fertility.