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How to Prevent and Treat Car Sickness in Kids

Young children are prone to motion sickness, which can make traveling stressful. By planning ahead, you can keep it in check.

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How to Treat Your Child’s Fever Without Medication

A "tripledemic" of respiratory viruses is making it harder to find over-the-counter children's medications in some areas. Here are some tips to help manage a fever naturally.

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How to Manage Your Toddler's Tantrums

Tantrums are a normal, but frustrating part of early childhood. Learn how you can support your child through this difficult developmental phase.

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9 Facts About Dehydration That May Surprise You

Do you wake up thirsty? If so, the reason may not be that you’re dehydrated from drinking too little water throughout the day.

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How to Perform CPR

By keeping blood circulating to vital organs, CPR can keep a person alive until help arrives. Learn how anyone can safely perform the technique.

Swaddled newborn baby

Should You Swaddle Your Newborn?

Tightly wrapping a newborn baby in a blanket or swaddle is a common practice. But is it safe? Learn why and when swaddling is appropriate.

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Teen Diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease Finds Relief and Support

Fifteen-year-old Jaivan’s rapid weight loss and severe digestive symptoms led to a diagnosis of Crohn’s disease – and a remarkable improvement with treatment and disease management.

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“Tripledemic” Causing Shortages of Children’s Medications

A wave of viral illnesses sweeping the nation has caused medication shortages for sick children. Here’s what parents can do.

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