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  • 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.