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  • Tetanus for Parents


    Tetanus (also called lockjaw) is a preventable disease that affects the muscles and nerves, usually due to a contaminated wound.

  • Cardiomyopathy for Parents


    Cardiomyopathy is when the heart muscle becomes weak and enlarged, which makes it difficult to pump blood through the body. There’s usually no cure for the condition in children, but it can be treated.

  • Infant Torticollis for Parents


    Babies with this condition have trouble turning their heads, due to muscle tightness. Simple stretching exercises and physical therapy can help babies get better.

  • Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) for Parents


    Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is a condition that causes muscle weakness and atrophy. There's no cure, but therapy and other treatments can help most people who have SMA.

  • Strains and Sprains for Teens


    Sprains and strains are common injuries, especially for people who play hard or are into sports. Find out what they are and how to recuperate from one.

  • Headaches for Kids


    Lots of kids have headaches from time to time. Find out more about headaches in this article for kids.

  • Backpack Basics for Teens


    Backpacks help you to stay organized. They're also better for carrying school supplies than messenger or other shoulder bags. But can they cause health problems?

  • Boys and Puberty for Kids


    On the way to becoming a man, a boy's body will go through a lot of changes, including your body growing bigger, your voice changing, and hair sprouting everywhere. Find out more.

  • Strains and Sprains Are a Pain for Kids


    What's a sprain? What's a strain? Find out in this article for kids.

  • Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner's Knee) for Teens


    Patellofemoral pain syndrome (or runner's knee) is the most common overuse injury among runners, but it can also happen to other athletes who do activities that require a lot of knee bending.