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  • Medical Care During Pregnancy for Parents

    The sooner in pregnancy good careĀ begins, the better for theĀ health of both moms and their babies. Here's what to expect.

  • Having a Healthy Pregnancy for Teens

    Whether you feel confused, worried, scared, or excited, you'll want to know how your life will change, what you can do to have a healthy baby.

  • When Your Teen Is Having a Baby for Parents

    If your daughter is pregnant and planning to have the baby, many changes await your family. How can you support her through the challenges to come?

  • Transitioning Your Medical Care: Sickle Cell Disease for Teens

    At a certain point, you'll no longer be able to see your childhood doctor. Here are tips for teens on making a smooth switch to adult sickle cell care.

  • Medical Issues in Adoption for Parents

    Considering adoption? Here are some things to know about the health and medical care of an adopted child, before, during, and after the adoption.

  • Medical Care and Your Newborn for Parents

    By the time you hold your new baby for the first time, you've probably chosen your little one's doctor. Learn about your newborn's medical care.

  • How to Find Affordable Health Care for Parents

    Finding coverage for your kids may be difficult, but it's not impossible. Many kids are eligible for government or community programs, even if their parents work. Learn what resources are available to your family.

  • Neonatal Infections for Parents

    The vast majority of newborns enter the world healthy. But sometimes, infants develop conditions that require medical tests and treatment.

  • Birth Plans for Parents

    In the happy haze of early pregnancy, the reality of labor and birth may seem extremely far off - which makes this the perfect time to start planning for the arrival of your baby by creating a birth plan that details your wishes.

  • Pregnancy Myths and Tales for Parents

    Even in these times, pregnancy continues to inspire its own set of myths and tales. Which are true and which aren't?



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