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  • MRI (Video) for Teens


    This video shows what it's like to get an MRI.

  • Strokes for Teens


    Strokes are more common in older adults, but teens can have one too. This "brain attack" happens when blood flow to the brain stops, even for a second.

  • Osteomyelitis for Teens


    Sometimes a bad cut that gets infected can lead to even worse things, like a bone infection called osteomyelitis. The easiest way to protect yourself is to practice good hygiene.

  • Medical Tests & Procedures for Teens


    Learn about some common medical tests and procedures - how they work and why people need them - in these articles and videos for teens.

  • Meniscus Tears for Teens


    The key to healing meniscus tears is not to get back into play too quickly. Find out what meniscus tears are and how to treat them.

  • Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis (SCFE) for Teens


    A good, stable connection at your hip joint is what lets you walk, run, make that jump shot, and shake it on the dance floor. But in some teens – particularly those who are obese – the hip joint is weakened by slipped capital femoral epiphysis (SCFE).

  • Videos for Teens for Teens


    Our videos explain health concepts, offer personal perspectives, and more.

  • Crohn's Disease for Teens


    Crohn's disease is a condition that causes parts of the intestine (bowel) to get red and swollen. It can be challenging to deal with, but many teens find that they're able to feel well and have few symptoms for long periods of time.

  • Proximal Biceps Tendonitis for Teens


    In teens, biceps tendonitis is usually an overuse injury that causes tendons in the upper arm to be swollen or irritated. Most cases heal on their own if you follow a few guidelines from your doctor.

  • Encephalitis for Teens


    Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain. Although encephalitis sounds scary, understanding its causes, symptoms, and treatment can help you feel prepared to deal with it if you ever need to.

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