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  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 1- to 2-Year-Old for Parents


    Most toddlers this age are walking and gaining even more control over their hands and fingers. Give your child lots of fun (and safe) things to do to encourage this development.

  • Antegrade Continence Enema (ACE) for Parents


    An antegrade continence enema, or ACE, is a different way to give an enema. Enemas can help someone poop if they become constipated or have another problem moving their bowels.

  • Living With Grandparents for Kids


    Did you know that millions of kids live with their grandparents? Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 8- to 12-Month-Old for Parents


    From scooting to crawling to cruising, during these months, babies are learning how to get around.

  • Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip for Parents


    Babies can be born with this hip problem or develop it soon after birth. Early treatment can help the hip joint grow normally.

  • Brain and Nervous System for Parents


    The brain controls everything we do, and is often likened to the central computer within a vast, complicated communication network, working at lightning speed.

  • Brain and Nervous System for Teens


    If the brain is a central computer that controls all the functions of the body, then the nervous system is like a network that relays messages back and forth to different parts of the body. Find out how they work in this Body Basics article.

  • Constipation for Parents


    Constipation is a very common problem among kids, and it usually occurs because a child's diet doesn't include enough fluids and fiber. In most cases, simple changes can help kids go.

  • What Are Varicose Veins? for Kids


    Do you know an older person whose legs look like a road map with all those blue and purple squiggly lines? They're probably varicose veins.

  • Tongue Tie for Parents


    Tongue tie is when a band of tissue connects the tip of the tongue to the floor of the mouth, which keeps it from moving freely.

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