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  • Nut and Peanut Allergy for Parents


    If your child is allergic to nuts or peanuts, it's essential to learn what foods might contain them and how to avoid them.

  • Food Allergies and Travel for Teens


    Taking precautions and carrying meds are just part of normal life for someone who has a food allergy. Here are some tips on how to make travel also feel perfectly routine.

  • First Aid: Teeth Injuries for Parents


    If your child loses a baby tooth, there's no need to replace it. But if a permanent tooth is dislodged, it's a dental emergency. Here's what to do.

  • Hyperglycemia and Diabetic Ketoacidosis for Parents


    When blood glucose levels (also called blood sugar levels) are too high, it's called hyperglycemia. A major goal in controlling diabetes is to keep blood sugar levels as close to the desired range as possible.

  • Shellfish Allergy for Parents


    Shellfish allergy can cause serious reactions. Find out common symptoms of allergic reactions and how to respond.

  • Diabetes: When to Call the Doctor for Teens


    Taking care of your diabetes includes knowing when to call a doctor and get medical help.

  • What Are Tooth Preservation Kits? for Parents


    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Definition: Asthma Action Plan for Parents


    An asthma action plan is a set of individualized written instructions, designed with a doctor, that detail how a person with asthma should manage his or her asthma at home.

  • Burns for Parents


    Burns, especially scalds from hot water and liquids, are some of the most common childhood accidents. Minor burns often can be safely treated at home, but more serious burns require medical care.

  • Playground Safety for Parents


    Following these safety guidelines can make neighborhood playgrounds entertaining and safe for your kids.