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  • Costochondritis for Parents


    Costochondritis is a painful swelling of the cartilage that attaches the ribs to the breastbone. It's one of the most common causes of chest pain in kids and teens.

  • Movement, Coordination, and Your 4- to 7-Month-Old for Parents


    At this age, kids are learning to roll over, reach out to get what they want, and sit up. Provide a safe place to practice moving and lots of interesting objects to reach for.

  • Diapering Your Baby for Parents


    Babies may use up to 10 diapers a day! Get the basics on how to diaper like a pro.

  • Inguinal Hernias for Parents


    An inguinal hernia happens when part of the intestines pushes through an opening in the lower part of the abdomen. Doctors fix these hernias with surgery.

  • Classroom Exercise Breaks for Elementary Students for Parents


    Elementary school teachers can incorporate physical activity breaks into daily classroom routines to help improve test scores and student behavior. This article is for educators.

  • Homemade Chicken Soup for Teens


    Chicken soup can be high in salt, but this "from scratch" recipe allows you to control the amount of salt (and fat) in your soup. Plus, it's easy to make!

  • Easy Exercises for Teens for Teens


    Finding it hard to fit in fitness? Try these simple exercises for teens.

  • Nursemaid's Elbow for Parents


    Young kids are at risk for a common injury known as nursemaid's elbow, which is easy for a doctor to fix. To help prevent it, never swing or lift a child by the lower arm, hands, or wrists.

  • Yoga: Meditation and Breathing for Teens


    Breathing and meditation techniques can have subtle but powerful effects on everything from stress to sports performance. Try these four techniques.

  • Tummy Time for Parents


    Tummy time helps babies strengthen their neck and shoulder muscles and prepare them for crawling. Here's how to do it.