Blood Types for Teens
Blood might look the same and do the same job, but tiny cell markers mean one person's body can reject another person's blood. Find out how blood types work in this article for teens.
Blood Types for Parents
Categorizing blood according to type helps prevent reactions when someone gets a blood transfusion. Find out how blood types work.
Fetal Abdominal Cyst for Parents
A fetal abdominal cyst is a bubble of fluid in a balloon-like bag in the belly of an unborn baby.
Word! Abdominals for Kids
Sometimes called abs, these are the muscles in front of your abdomen, the area below your chest and above your belly button.
Blood Transfusions for Teens
About 5 million people a year get blood transfusions in the United States. This article explains why people need them and who donates the blood used.
Your Muscles for Kids
You have more than 600 muscles in your body! They do everything from pumping blood throughout your body to helping you lifting your heavy backpack. Find out more.
Digestive System - Nemours KidsHealth for Parents
Conditions that affect the intestines, liver, pancreas, and other organs in the digestive tract.
What's Blood? for Kids
It swirls through your veins and arteries, but what is it really? Find out about blood in this article for kids.
Surgeries and Procedures: Blood Transfusion for Parents
A blood transfusion is a safe and relatively simple medical procedure that replaces blood lost during surgery or because of an injury or illness.
Word! Abscess for Kids
An abscess is a collection of pus that happens sometimes when the body is fighting an infection.