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  • Everyday Reading Opportunities for Parents


    Finding time to read is important to developing literacy skills. And there are many easy and convenient ways to make reading a part of every day.

  • Bruxism (Teeth Grinding or Clenching) for Parents


    Gnashing and grinding teeth, called bruxism, is common in kids, and often happens during deep sleep or while a child is under stress.

  • Getting Support When Your Child Has Special Health Care Needs for Parents


    You might have more on your plate than most parents, but it doesn't mean you have to do it all alone. Here's how to ask for help and avoid caregiver burnout.

  • Talking to Your Child About Diabetes for Parents


    Learn all you can about diabetes so you'll be better prepared to talk about it with your child.

  • Coping When a Parent Has an Alcohol or Drug Problem for Teens


    Alcoholism causes anguish not only for the person who drinks, but for everyone who is involved with that person. But there are things you can do to help cope with the problems alcoholism creates in families.

  • Growth Charts for Parents


    Doctors use growth charts to figure out whether kids' height and weight measurements are "normal" and whether they're developing on track. Here are some facts about growth charts.

  • Hygiene Basics for Teens


    Puberty causes all kinds of changes in your body - and some may not make you feel very desirable. Read this article for information on dealing with greasy hair, perspiration, and body hair.

  • Behavior for Parents


    Advice for understanding and dealing with tantrums, sibling rivalry, and other behavioral aspects of child development.

  • My Friend Has Cancer. How Can I Help? for Teens


    It's hard to know how to respond when someone you love — someone your own age — is diagnosed with cancer. Here are some thoughts on dealing with feelings and helping your friend.

  • Leaving Your Child Home Alone for Parents


    It's natural for parents to be a bit anxious when first leaving kids without supervision. But you can feel prepared and confident with some planning and a couple of trial runs.