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Get resources and info for raising a healthy toddler. We have everything you need from attention deficeit disorder to allergies, ear infections to eczema and everything in between. Plus: Not sure what's wrong? Check out our guide to other health issues you should know.

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3 Best Augmented Reality Apps for Education

Feel better about screen time this summer while also blowing your kid’s mind with these augmented-reality apps available for both iOS and Android devices.
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How Get Rid of Hiccups

Try getting rid of the pesky—hic!—things with one of these doctor-approved tricks for helping toddlers and school-age kids stop hiccupping.
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Coronavirus Prevention Tactics: How to Get Kids to Stop Touching Their Faces

Experts say avoiding touching your face can help quell the spread of the novel coronavirus. But how do you get kids' busy hands to stop rubbing their faces?
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RSV in Toddlers: Everything Parents Need to Know

RSV isn't only an illness for infants and babies—your toddler is susceptible, too. From symptoms to treatment, here's what you need to know about RSV if your child is between 12 and 36 months old.
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What Parents Need to Know About Dietary Supplements for Children

Pharmacy shelves might be stocked with tons of dietary supplements marketed toward children, but that doesn't mean they're necessary (or safe) for your kids.
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What to Expect at the 1-Year Well Visit

We've put together a cheat sheet to help you prepare for your child's 1-year well checkup -- from what vaccines she'll get to which questions you should be sure to ask.
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Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke and Your Toddler: What Parents Need to Know

Heat exhaustion and heat stroke can be scary—and kids are at increased risk. Learn how to spot and prevent heat-related illnesses in your little one.
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Parents Give 'Smile Packs' to Pediatric Cancer Patients in Honor of Their Daughter Who Died From a Tumor

Months after their child died from a rare brain tumor, the Kramers decided to keep her memory alive by helping other pediatric cancer patients and their families during their battles.