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  • Your Child's Growth for Parents


    From the moment parents greet their newborn, they watch the baby's progress eagerly. But how can they tell if their child is growing properly?

  • Eating Disorders for Parents


    Eating disorders are common among teens and kids, especially young women. Read about the warning signs, prevention strategies, and ways to help a child with an eating disorder.

  • Growth Problems for Teens


    In most cases, teens who are small are just physically maturing a bit more slowly than their friends. Occasionally, though, there's a medical reason why some kids and teens stop growing. Find out about growth problems and how doctors can help.

  • Your Child's Checkup: 6 Months for Parents


    Find out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by 6 months.

  • Your Child's Checkup: Newborn for Parents


    Find out what this doctor's checkup will involve after your baby arrives.

  • Your Child's Checkup: 4 Months for Parents


    Find out what this doctor's visit will involve and what your baby might be doing by the fourth month.

  • Pregnancy & Baby for Parents


    Take care of yourself and your growing family by getting the advice that all new parents and parents-to-be need. Read about babyproofing your home, staying healthy during pregnancy, coping with colic, what to expect when your little one arrives, and much more.

  • Meal Plans and Diabetes for Teens


    People with diabetes don't need to be on strict diets, but do need to pay attention to what they eat and when. Crack open the cookbooks and surf to your favorite recipe website because it's time to plan meals that you love!

  • Pregnancy & Newborn Center Content List for Parents


    Whether you just found out that you're expecting or your due date is fast approaching, find out what you need to know about pregnancy, childbirth, and preparing for parenthood.

  • Eating Disorders for Teens


    Eating disorders are so common in America that 1 or 2 out of every 100 students will struggle with one. Find out more.