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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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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.
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Pityriasis Rosea in Kids: A No-Panic Guide for Parents

What's that rash? Find out what you need to know about pityriasis rosea, a bizarre—but harmless—skin rash.
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9 Clever Ways to Help the Medicine Go Down

Ditch the spoonful of sugar. Use these proven strategies, from both doctors and real parents, when the "here comes the airplane" tactic fails.
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What to Do About Recurring Illnesses

Why your child may be prone to repeat bouts of colds, ear infections, strep throat, pneumonia, or other ailments—and what you can do to help.
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Little Boy Has Over 500 Teeth Removed from His Mouth After He Complained of Jaw Pain and Swelling

After getting X-rays on the boy's mouth, doctors discovered a sac in his lower jaw that was filled with "abnormal teeth."