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It can be difficult to break the cycle of chronic constipation with medication alone. Biofeedback helps children relearn how to coordinate their muscles to go the bathroom more easily.
With many schools going to virtual learning because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many children no longer have access to school-based physical activities such as extra-curricular sports, physical education classes and recess.
Oozing sores, speckled bumps, and itchy groins might not come up in conversation with other parents. But annoying and embarrassing skin conditions affect many children.
One recent study suggests that as many as one in five children between 10 and 18 years old are engaging in intentional self-harm, such as cutting, burning, or hitting themselves. But why would that be? And as a parent, how can you stop it?
Every parent wants to raise a child who feels comfortable in his or her own skin. A key to achieving this is fostering a healthy body image.
Physicians have figured out a way to harness the body’s immune response to eliminate allergic reactions to food. Eli Silver, MD, a pediatric allergy and immunology specialist at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, explains.
You can’t prevent every bump, scrape and bruise during childhood. But you can help reduce your child’s risk for sports injuries such as strains, sprains and shin splints. Here's how.