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  • Starting a School Garden for Parents


    Students who garden are more likely to get the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables each day, and they develop healthier attitudes about nutrition and fitness. This article is for educators.

  • Shellfish Allergy for Teens


    Shellfish allergies can be serious - and shellfish can appear in some surprising foods and products. Read about shellfish allergy and what to do when a reaction is severe.

  • When Your Child's in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit for Parents


    It can be stressful whenever kids are in the hospital — and even more so when they're admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU). A basic understanding of the PICU can help you feel better prepared to help your child recover.

  • 10 Ways to Help Your Teen Succeed in High School for Parents


    Even though teens are seeking independence, parental involvement is still an important ingredient for academic achievement.

  • Gifted Education for Parents


    About 6% of all U.S. K-12 students are considered academically gifted. Here are some ways to tell the difference between bright students and gifted students.

  • Soy Allergy for Parents


    Soy is found in many foods and it's a common food allegy. Find out how to help kids with an allergy stay safe.

  • What's It Like to Stay in the Hospital? for Teens


    Scheduled for a hospital stay? Knowing what to expect can make it a little easier.

  • Going to the Emergency Room for Parents


    Knowing what to expect when you need to take your child to the emergency room can help make it a little less stressful.

  • Wheat Allergy for Parents


    Wheat allergy can cause serious reactions. Find out how to help kids with an allergy stay safe.

  • Talking to Your Child's Doctor for Parents


    Building a relationship with your child's doctor requires communication and reasonable expectations.