Safety Tips: Cheerleading for Teens
Cheerleading today requires considerable athletic ability. The more challenging it gets, the greater the risk of getting hurt. Find out how to avoid injuries.
Cutting for Teens
It can be hard to understand, but people who cut themselves sometimes do it because it actually makes them feel better. They are overflowing with emotions - like sadness, depression, or anger - that they have trouble expressing.
Safety Tips: Gymnastics for Teens
Gymnastics is a great sport and a fun way to get a muscular, toned body. But, it also presents a very real risk of injury. To keep things safe during practice and competition, follow these tips.
A Guide for First-Time Parents for Parents
If you're a first-time parent, put your fears aside and get the basics in this guide about burping, bathing, bonding, and other baby-care concerns.
Colic for Parents
Colic is common in babies - but that doesn't make it easier for parents to handle. Learn what colic is, what causes it, and what you can do about it.
Back to School for Teens
Dread it or love it, you gotta go to school. Looking for ways to make the first day a little less painful? Here are some tips.
KidsHealth in the Classroom for Parents
KidsHealth in the Classroom offers free PreK-12 lesson plans, all aligned to National Health Education Standards, and based on expert-approved, age-appropriate articles and videos.
Chemotherapy for Teens
Chemotherapy (chemo) is treatment with medicines that stop the growth of cancer cells. Find out how chemo works and what to expect when getting treatment.
Radioembolization (TARE-Y90) for Liver Tumors for Parents
Radioembolization is a procedure used to treat some kinds of liver tumors. A radioactive material works on the tumor, not the healthy tissue around it.
What's It Like to Have Surgery? for Teens
Knowing what to expect with surgery before you get to the hospital can make you less anxious about your surgical experience - and less stress helps a person recover faster.