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Your Room-By-Room Guide to Childproofing Your Home

With potential dangers lurking around every corner, childproofing your home can be a challenge. This guide is a good start to keep your little ones safe.

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Top Reasons to Make Time for Well-Child Visits

You know it's important to take your kids to well-child visits to keep them updated on immunizations, but those are far from the only benefits. There's plenty more to learn -- plus a chance to ask about what's on your mind.

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The Most Important Teen Health Issues Parents Need to Know About

It's still important for teens to have regular well-child checkups. These visits can help catch health problems early and they're an important opportunity to help address sensitive issues that are unique to teens.

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How You Can Vaccinate Against Cancer

You can eliminate your -- or your children's -- risk for six types of cancer with the safe and proven vaccine that prevents the human papillomavirus (HPV). Learn move about the HPV vaccine.

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Best Strategies to Get the Most Out of Football Practice

Long days of football practices can be hard on an athlete's body. Follow these tips from the experts at UH Sports Medicine to get ready to take on the season.

fireworks safety

Best Tips for July 4th Fireworks Safety -- And Some Surprising Fireworks Facts

The Fourth of July is a day for fun, family and fireworks! But thousands of people seek emergency room treatment every year for injuries related to July 4th fireworks. Learn how you and your family can stay safe.

Is It Strep Throat? How to Tell

Your child is saying that his or her throat hurts, but how do you know if it's something more serious, like strep throat? Check out our symptom guide.

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Cold vs. Flu Symptoms: How to Tell the Difference

Feeling sick, but not sure what it is you have? Refer to this cheat sheet to sort out cold symptoms vs. flu symptoms.

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