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  • Belly Pain for Kids

    Ugh. Bellyaches. Find out what causes tummy trouble in this article for kids.

  • Growing Pains for Parents

    Does your child sometimes wake up crying in the middle of the night complaining of throbbing leg pain? It could be growing pains.

  • What a Pain! Kids and Growing Pains for Kids

    Growing pains are for real. Usually they happen when kids are between the ages of 3 and 5 or 8 and 12.

  • How Do Pain Relievers Work? for Kids

    Everybody has pain once in a while, but pain relievers can help. Find out how these medicines work in this article for kids.

  • Dealing With Pain During Childbirth for Parents

    Learning all you can about childbirth pain is one of the best ways to help you deal with it when the time comes.

  • First Aid: Chest Pains for Parents

    Chest pain can be caused by many things, but it is rarely a sign of heart trouble in children. Here's what to do about it.

  • 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.

  • Costochondritis for Teens

    Costochondritis is a fairly common cause of chest pain. It's not serious, but it can be scary. Find out what it is, and what to do if you think you have it.

  • First Aid: Pain With Urinating (Peeing) for Parents

    When it hurts to pee, a urinary tract infection (UTI) is usually to blame. But there are other causes. Here's what to do.

  • Costochondritis for Parents

    This type of chest pain may seem scary at first, but it's usually nothing to worry about. Most kids begin to feel better on their own after a few days.