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  • Going to the Hospital for Kids


    It may seem scary to go to a hospital, but doctors and nurses are there to help people who are sick or hurt feel better. Read our article for kids to find out what happens inside a hospital.

  • What Happens in the Operating Room? for Kids


    Surgeries and operations happen in the operating room, sometimes called the OR. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Going to the Doctor for Kids


    When you go to the doctor for a checkup, it's because your parents and your doctor want to see that you're growing just the way you should. Read all about what happens at the doctor's office.

  • Word! Blood Pressure for Kids


    When you go to the doctor, a nurse might put a band around part of your arm and pump air into the band, blowing it up like a balloon.

  • School and Diabetes for Kids


    Are you on your own at school when you're dealing with diabetes? Not at all. Your teachers, coaches, school nurse - and even your friends - can help you out.

  • Getting Your Period at School for Kids


    Lots of girls worry what to do if they get their periods at school. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Why Are People Wearing Face Masks? for Kids


    You might think face masks are mostly for the operating room. But during the coronavirus outbreak, you might see more people wearing them. Here's why.

  • School and Asthma for Kids


    If you have asthma, you need to know how to handle it at school. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Why Do I Have Pain? for Kids


    When your body is injured in some way, your nerves send messages to your brain about what's going on. Your brain then makes you feel pain. Read our pain-free article for kids.

  • Egg Allergy for Kids


    Babies sometimes have an allergic reaction to eggs. If that happens, they can't eat eggs for a while. But the good news is that most kids outgrow this allergy by age 5.