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  • X-Ray Exam: Elbow for Parents


    An elbow X-ray can help find the cause of symptoms such as pain, tenderness, swelling, or a deformity. It can also help to detect broken bones or a dislocated joint.

  • X-Ray Exam: Chest for Parents


    A chest X-ray is a safe and painless test that uses a small amount of radiation to take a picture of a person's chest, including the heart, lungs, diaphragm, lymph nodes, upper spine, ribs, collarbone, and breastbone.

  • Sleep and Your 1- to 2-Year-Old for Parents


    Nighttime feedings may be a thing of the past, but in this second year of life your tot might be rising for other reasons. Learn more.

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19): How to Talk to Your Child for Parents


    Your kids are hearing about coronavirus (COVID-19). To make sure they get reliable information, here's how to talk about it.

  • Autism Special Needs Checklist: Big Kids (ages 6-12) for Parents


    Having a plan for the future can help your big kid reach his or her full potential. Follow this 8-step checklist to help your child succeed during the elementary school years.

  • Why Are My Breasts Different Sizes? for Teens


    It's quite common for girls to have different-sized breasts, especially as they develop during puberty. If you're worried about how your breasts are developing, check out this article.

  • Keeping Your Child Healthy During Cancer Remission for Parents


    Many families with a child in remission feel empowered to make lifestyle changes that could benefit their child's health in the future. Here are some tips.

  • Tips for Divorcing Parents for Parents


    No guide can guarantee a way to steer kids unscathed through a divorce. Every situation - and every family - is different. But these commonsense guidelines might make the adjustment a bit easier.

  • Your Child's Growth for Parents


    From the moment parents greet their newborn, they watch the baby's progress eagerly. But how can they tell if their child is growing properly?

  • Separation Anxiety for Parents


    Teary and tantrum-filled goodbyes are common with separation anxiety, which is a perfectly normal part of childhood development.