This infection causes the upper airways to swell, making it difficult to breathe.

How to Care for Your Child's Croupy Cough

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Once considered a sideline activity, cheerleading is evolving into a more athletic and competitive sport. Experts say concussions now top the list of injuries sustained by high school cheerleaders. @Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Andrew Russman says that like any sport, cheerleading has a high risk for injury, and it’s important for participants to be aware of that risk.
Many couples have no problem conceiving the second time around, but millions of couples struggle with secondary infertility.

6 Reasons for Trouble Getting Pregnant a Second Time

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Use these tips to spot signs of depression in your teen.

What to Do If Your Teen Has Signs of Depression

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Your participation in VeloSano helps us make great strides in cancer pediatric research each year. Register today for VeloSano 4: [ Velosano.org Link ]

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Dr. John Carl, pediatric pulmonologist weighs in on #SophieTheGiraffe and mold.

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Relax: Why you don't need to panic about mold in Sophie the Giraffe

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“It’s not just your physical body that’s going through something, it’s also your mental, your emotional side. And I think the teams here recognize that and incorporate us all the time into the total big picture care of children and families.” Dr. Alana Lopez, Pediatric Psychologist, works with children and families in the areas of coping and adjustment to chronic illness, mood and behavioral...
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Elderly patients are less likely to have 'typical' symptoms of a heart attack.

How Do You Know When Your Aging Parent Needs Emergency Care?

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4 types of gynecological cancers that women should discuss with their doctors.

What You Need to Know About 4 Gynecological Cancers

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Pros and cons about this common flu antiviral.

7 Answers on Tamiflu: Is It Best to Help You Fight Flu?

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A recent study shows depression is growing among teens — and many are not receiving treatment. Dr. Kate Eshleman says that part of the challenge is getting teens to reach out for professional help.

It’s important for parents to keep an eye out for changes. Changes in sleep – like sleeping more, or less than usual, or changes in mood, such as irritability, as well as changes in grades or...
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Symptoms to look for and what to do if your kid has Crohn's.

Signs That Your Child Might Have Crohn’s Disease

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Kendra received a heart transplant when she was four. Today, she is a healthy and active 12-year-old. She loves to swim and this past June competed in the Transplant Games of America. Via Fox 8 News

Girl is gold medal swimmer thanks to gift of life from perfect stranger

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You don't have to be 50 to have a stroke.

Do You Think You're Too Young to Have a Stroke?

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Is your baby at risk for sickle cell disease? What you need to know.

Pregnant? Find Out About Sickle Cell Risks for Your Baby

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A study showed that concussions were the most common cheerleading injury.

Cheerleading: Where the Injuries Are Less Frequent, More Severe

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These delicious snacks will leave you feeling full with just one bite.

Recipe: No-Bake Apple Cinnamon Snack Bites

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Epilepsy is a neurologic condition caused by irregular brain activity that causes recurring seizures. Cleveland Clinic Children's psychiatrist Dr. Tatiana Falcone says that kids with epilepsy are often the target of bullies due to their condition.

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Dr Marc Epilepsy And Bullying

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