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The Most Common Mysterious Pediatric Symptoms

Discover some of the most common and mysterious symptoms seen in children such as rashes, fatigue, weight loss, swollen glands, and muscle aches. It can be scary and frustrating when your child has a mysterious symptom, the cause of which is hard to...

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Overview of Vitiligo in Children

Vitiligo is a common skin condition causing coloring changes. It is not contagious. Learn about vitiligo in children, its causes, treatment, and more. Vitiligo is a common inflammatory condition that causes patches of skin to lose their natural...

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What Is the Metopic Ridge?

A metopic ridge is a ridge of bone that forms on an infant’s forehead between the two frontal bones. Your baby’s skull is made up of bony plates that are connected by flexible joints called sutures. A metopic ridge is a ridge of bone that forms...

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What to Do When Your Baby Bumps Their Head

It’s common for babies to bump their heads. Learn more about head injury signs, including when to seek care and when not to worry. As your baby starts to roll, crawl, walk, and explore their environment, bumps on the head will come with the...

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Spider Bites vs. MRSA Infections

Is it an MRSA staph infection or an infected spider bite? They look similar, but you don't want to delay treatment for your child. Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) skin infections are becoming more and more common. These MRSA...

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Singulair Medication for Children With Allergies

Learn about Singulair, a prescription allergy medication that can be used to treat indoor and outdoor allergies in children, including infants. Singulair is a prescription allergy and asthma medication that can be used in children as young as six...

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Superfoods Teens Should Eat

Not all calories are created equal. Make sure your teen's diet includes these superfoods that help bones and muscles stay strong. Out of all age groups, a teenager’s growing body requires the most energy. And that energy comes from calories....

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How to Make Swallowing Pills Easier for Children

Swallowing pills is a skill many kids learn around age 10. Find out how to help your child take pills without fear and problems swallowing. Swallowing pills is a skill most kids learn around 10 years of age. Before that, a fear of choking or simply...

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