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  • Delayed Speech or Language Development for Parents

    Knowing what's "normal" and what's not in speech and language development can help you figure out if you should be concerned or if your child is right on schedule.

  • Delayed Puberty for Teens

    Concerned about your growth or development? Puberty can be delayed for several reasons. Luckily, doctors usually can help teens with delayed puberty to develop more normally.

  • Special Education: Getting Support for Your Child for Parents

    Kids with disabilities or conditions that affect learning need might need extra services to help them succeed in school. Here is a guide to getting the support your child needs.

  • Growth Problems for Teens

    In most cases, teens who are small are just physically maturing a bit more slowly than their friends. Occasionally, though, there's a medical reason why some kids and teens stop growing. Find out about growth problems and how doctors can help.

  • Autism for Parents

    Autism affects a child's communication and social skills, behaviors, and ability to learn. Early intervention and treatment can help kids improve skills and achieve their best potential.

  • Is There a Connection Between Vaccines and Autism? for Parents

    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Your Child's Development: 1.5 Years (18 Months) for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here are some things your toddler may be doing this month.

  • Your Child's Development: 15 Months for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here are some things your toddler may be doing this month.

  • Your Child's Development: 2 Years (24 Months) for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here are some things your toddler may be doing this month.

  • Your Child's Development: 3 Years for Parents

    Doctors use certain milestones to tell if a child is developing as expected. Here are some things your toddler may be doing.



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