CHILDREN'S HEALTH

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Does Your Child Have Good Vision? How to Tell

A child with untreated eye problems is at risk for impaired learning and development, so it's important that any signs or symptoms of eye trouble are addressed immediately.

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Study: Antibiotics May Help Some Youngsters With Bronchiolitis Get Better Faster

A lung infection called bronchiolitis is the most common reason young children get admitted to the hospital. A research team led by doctors at UH Rainbow has new findings that may help doctors take care of the sickest children with this illness.

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Study Finds Little Evidence Linking Screen Time and Teens' Well-Being

Many parents try to limit the time their children spend online gaming or watching videos, especially before bedtime, in the belief this time could damage their emotional health. But a new study turns that belief on its head.

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What to Do When Your Child Needs Daily Medicine

Helping your child keep up with the medication needs of a condition like asthma or diabetes can stress the whole family. Learn these expert strategies from a Rainbow pharmacist.

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5 Things You Need to Know About Measles

Measles is a very contagious viral illness. It's also known as rubeola, and causes a distinct rash and a fever. What you need to know about this disease.

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The Best Way Parents Can Protect Their Teens Against Drinking Alcohol

Studies show that the biggest factor influencing teen decisions about alcohol is a surprisingly simple one: knowing parents' expectations about underage drinking. Learn these expert tips to protect your teenager.

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Why Breastfeeding Benefits Both Mother and Baby

Breast milk is tailor-made to meet your infant's needs and is considered to be the best source for your baby's nutrition. Learn expert tips for successful breastfeeding.

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How Children's Play Builds Skills for a Lifetime

Allowing kids to spend time playing may be more important to their development than many people realize, says a new study.

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